veterinary surgeon


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veterinary surgeon

n.
1. A veterinarian who specializes in surgery.
2. Chiefly British A veterinarian.
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veterinary surgeon

n
(Veterinary Science) Brit a person suitably qualified and registered to practise veterinary medicine. Usual US and Canadian term: veterinarian
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.veterinary surgeon - a doctor who practices veterinary medicineveterinary surgeon - a doctor who practices veterinary medicine
doc, doctor, physician, Dr., MD, medico - a licensed medical practitioner; "I felt so bad I went to see my doctor"
horse doctor - a veterinarian who treats horses
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Translations
طَبيب بَيْطَري
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dyrlæge
állatorvos
dÿralæknir
zverolekár
veteriner hekim

veterinary surgeon

n (Brit) → veterinario
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

veterinary

(vetəˈrinəri) adjective
of, or concerning, the treatment of diseases in animals. veterinary medicine; veterinary care.
veterinary surgeon (vetəriˈneəriən) (American veterinarian ) noun
(both often abbreviated to vet (vet) ) a doctor for animals.
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At Heidelberg I met a fat veterinary surgeon whose voice broke with sobs as he repeated some mawkish poetry.
"I went first to the veterinary surgeon. He had been called away into the country; and--"
He was gentle and very clever in his management of horses, and could doctor them almost as well as a farrier, for he had lived two years with a veterinary surgeon. He was a first-rate driver; he could take a four-in-hand or a tandem as easily as a pair.
He is a veterinary surgeon, a farrier, and horsebreaker.
This was the second step in a downward course, all owing to a young woman's being out of harmony with her circumstances, yearning after renegades and bulbuls, and being subject to claims from a veterinary surgeon fond of mince-pies.
Steene, the veterinary surgeons wife, who first gave way to temptation.
Mousqueton's horse which had traveled for five or six hours without a rider the day before, might have been able to pursue the journey; but by an inconceivable error the veterinary surgeon, who had been sent for, as it appeared, to bleed one of the host's horses, had bled Mousqueton's.
Dr Kibunja reported that they had to repeat the lessons he was taking, as he was not versed with course to the detriment of his students who were set to sit for examinations.Kenya Veterinary Board, CEO, Dr Mugambi Ragwa, in his testimony said Dr Lumbembe was registered with the board as a veterinary surgeon but the accused names did not feature in their registers.
Charlotte Brereton, veterinary surgeon, said: "I was told that if Mr Francis offered me a job I should definitely take it so I jumped at the chance.
The burglar trespassed into the clinic through the sliding door," the veterinary surgeon told prosecutors.
Senior veterinary surgeon Uwe Holz said: "This is by far the worst case I have ever seen.

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