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medicine  Noun
Plural: medicines
  1. Translate "medicine" to Spanish: medicina, cura, medicamento, droga, fármaco, poción
    English Synonyms of "medicine": cure, medication, remedies, remedy, medications, elixir, medicament, medicant, nostrums, physic
    Define meaning of "medicine": Something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease.

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  3. Translate "medicine" to Spanish: profesión médica, medicina
    English Synonyms of "medicine": medical profession
    Define meaning of "medicine": The learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries.
  4. He studied medicine at Harvard.

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Conceptually-related expressions of "medicine"
abortive medicine
administer intravenous medicine
adolescent medicine
aerospace medicine
air medicine
alternative medicine
American College Of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
American College of Sports Medicine
American Foundation of Tropical Medicine
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
American Society of Internal Medicine
anti-abortion medicine
anti-bacterial medicine
anti-flu medicine
antiallergy medicine
antiepileptic medicine
antiinfective medicine
antipyretic medicine
antitussive medicine
Asanté Academy of Chinese Medicine
Asian herb in the ginger family having pungent rhizomes used as a spice and in medicine
astringent fruit whose juice is used for sherbets and syrups for cool drinks and also in alternative medicine
aviation medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
behavioral medicine
British College of Osteopathic Medicine
Brunonian system of medicine
Cardiff University School of Medicine
clinical medicine
cold medicine
constitutional medicine
conventional medicine
corrective medicine
cough medicine
depressing medicine
Doctor of Dental Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
domestic medicine
emergency medicine
emetic medicine
environmental medicine
experimental medicine
family medicine
fear of medicine
Fellow of the American College of Sport Medicine
fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine
fetal medicine
folk medicine
forensic medicine
galenic medicine
general medicine
geriatric medicine
give a taste of someone's own medicine
give medicine
God's medicine
group medicine
holistic medicine
home medicine
institute of medicine
Integrated Medicine
internal medicine
Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences
laboratory medicine
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
laughter is the best medicine
legal medicine
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
military medicine
mixture of tranquilizers, painkillers and other drugs from the family medicine cabinet
Morehouse School of Medicine
National College of Natural Medicine
neonatal medicine
neutral vehicle in a medicine
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
nuclear medicine
nuclear medicine technologist
occupational medicine
of a medicine man
of medicine men
osteopathic medicine
pain-killing medicine
party at which adolescents experiment with drugs garnered from the family medicine cabinet
patent medicine
perinatal medicine
person who practices medicine illegally
physical medicine
plant of the genus Plantago having wide and spreading leaves commonly used in medicine
podiatric medicine
poisonous substance extracted from plants of the heath family and used in medicine
Ponce School of Medicine
practice of medicine
preclinical medicine
prepaid medicine market
preparation of dried flowers of the pomegranate used in folk medicine
prescribe medicine
preventive medicine
proprietary medicine
prospective medicine
psychosomatic medicine
purgative medicine
quack-healing medicine
quack medicine
ready money is a ready medicine
rehabilitation medicine
rejuvenating medicine
related to medicine
sealed gelatinous receptacle enclosing a dose of medicine
social medicine
socialized medicine
soft woolly mass obtained from the leaves of mugwort for use in Chinese and Japanese medicine
space medicine
spagyric medicine
sports medicine
stand up and take your medicine
state medicine
take one's medicine
tall tree of Southeast Asia extensively used in Ayurvedic medicine
theory of medicine
they gave him a taste of his own medicine
thoracic medicine
traditional medicine
travel medicine
travelers' medicine
tropical medicine
veterinary medicine
vomitive medicine
which relates to medicine men
whitish granulous sap extracted from the joints of bamboo and highly valued in Asia as a medicine
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