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sur·geon

 (sûr′jən)
n.
A physician specializing in surgery.

[Middle English surgien, from Anglo-Norman, short for Old French cirurgien, from cirurgie, surgery; see surgery.]

surgeon

(ˈsɜːdʒən)
n
1. (Surgery) a medical practitioner who specializes in surgery
2. (Medicine) a medical officer in the Royal Navy
3. (Military) a medical officer in the Royal Navy
[C14: from Anglo-Norman surgien, from Old French cirurgien; see surgery]

sur•geon

(ˈsɜr dʒən)

n.
a physician who specializes in surgery.
[1250–1300; Middle English surgien < Anglo-French; Old French cirurgien= cirurgi(e) surgery + -en -an1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.surgeon - a physician who specializes in surgerysurgeon - a physician who specializes in surgery
amputator - a surgeon who removes part or all of a limb
cosmetic surgeon, plastic surgeon - a surgeon who beautifies the body (especially the face)
doc, doctor, physician, Dr., MD, medico - a licensed medical practitioner; "I felt so bad I went to see my doctor"
brain surgeon, neurosurgeon - someone who does surgery on the nervous system (especially the brain)
Translations
جَرّاحجَرَّاحكَبير الأطِبّاء في الجَيْش
chirurgvojenský lékař
kirurgmilitærlæge
kirurg
kirurgi
kirurg
sebészhajóorvoskatonaorvos
herlæknirskurðlæknirskurîlæknir
外科医執刀医
외과의사
chirurgaschirurgijachirurginischirurgiškaigydytojo kabinetas
kara ārstsķirurgs
chirurgvojenský lekár
kirurg
kirurg
แพทย์ผ่าตัด
cerrahoperatöraskerî doktor
bác sĩ phẫu thuật

surgeon

[ˈsɜːdʒən]
A. Ncirujano/a m/f (Mil, Naut) → médico m, oficial m médico
see also veterinary
B. CPD Surgeon General N (US) jefe del servicio federal de sanidad

surgeon

[ˈsɜːrən] nchirurgien(ne) m/f
She's a surgeon → Elle est chirurgienne.surgeon general n [surgeons general] (pl)
(in army)médecin m général
(US) (ADMINISTRATION)ministre mf de la Santé

surgeon

nChirurg(in) m(f); (Mil) → Stabsarzt m/-ärztin f; (Naut) → Marinearzt m/-ärztin f ? dental surgeon, veterinary surgeon

surgeon

[ˈsɜːdʒn] nchirurgo

surgeon

(ˈsəːdʒən) noun
1. a doctor who treats injuries or diseases by operations in which the body sometimes has to be cut open, eg to remove a diseased part.
2. a doctor in the army or navy.
surgery (ˈsəːdʒəri) plural ˈsurgeries
1. the practice or art of a surgeon. to specialize in surgery.
2. a doctor's or dentist's room in which he examines patients.
surgical (ˈsəːdʒikəl) adjective
of, or by means of, surgery. surgical instruments; He is in need of surgical treatment.
ˈsurgically adverb

surgeon

جَرَّاح chirurg kirurg Chirurg χειρουργός cirujano kirurgi chirurgien kirurg chirurgo 外科医 외과의사 chirurg kirurg chirurg cirurgião хирург kirurg แพทย์ผ่าตัด cerrah bác sĩ phẫu thuật 外科医生

sur·geon

n. cirujano-a.

surgeon

n cirujano -na mf; general — cirujano general; oral — cirujano oral or bucal; orthopedic— cirujano ortopédico, cirujano de los huesos (fam); thoracic — cirujano torácico; vascular — cirujano vascular
References in classic literature ?
The surgeon stopped it when he saw that one of the men had received such bad wounds that he could not fight longer without endangering his life.
The persons are, Captain Arnault, of the French army; Surgeon Surville, of the French ambulance; Surgeon Wetzel, of the German army; Mercy Merrick, attached as nurse to the French ambulance; and Grace Roseberry, a traveling lady on her way to England.
For a long time after it was ushered into this world of sorrow and trouble, by the parish surgeon, it remained a matter of considerable doubt whether the child would survive to bear any name at all; in which case it is somewhat more than probable that these memoirs would never have appeared; or, if they had, that being comprised within a couple of pages, they would have possessed the inestimable merit of being the most concise and faithful specimen of biography, extant in the literature of any age or country.
He was a short, fat man, with an exuberant joviality, a bald head, and a loud voice; he had a cockney accent, and was generally described by the students as an `awful bounder'; but his cleverness, both as a surgeon and as a teacher, caused some of them to overlook this.
When they arrived at Mr Western's hall, Sophia, who had tottered along with much difficulty, sunk down in her chair; but by the assistance of hartshorn and water, she was prevented from fainting away, and had pretty well recovered her spirits, when the surgeon who was sent for to Jones appeared.
In the midst of this, Rachael returned; and with her party there was a surgeon, who brought some wine and medicines.
The dark young surgeon passes the candle across and across the face and carefully examines the law-writer, who has established his pretensions to his name by becoming indeed No one.
After a glance at Geoffrey, the surgeon suddenly checked himself on the point of advancing to the inner part of the room, and remained standing at the window.
None of the crowd but the bearers and he being admitted, the disabled man was soon laid on a table in a cool, methodical way, and carefully examined by a surgeon who was as near at hand, and as ready to appear as Calamity herself.
Before he entered upon his new duties he wished to take a holiday, and, having no private means, he went as surgeon on a tramp steamer to the Levant.
As you pass the lodge, wake the porter, and send him for a surgeon.
He and the Regimental Surgeon fought together with Death for the life of Bobby Wick.