English → English - doctor

Pronunciation
n. person who is licensed to practice medicine (i.e. physician, surgeon); one who received a doctor's degree from a university
v. provide medical treatment, take care of someone who is ill; fix, repair; tamper with, falsify; alter
n. doctor

English → Spanish - doctor

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s. doctor, médica, médico
v. mezclar en secreto, dopar, elaborar en secreto, mezclar a escondidas, preparar un cocimiento de

Spanish → English - doctor

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n. doctor

English → French - doctor

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n. docteur, médecin
v. traiter, faire subir des traitements "spéciaux": castrer, altérer, tripatouiller, rafistoler etc.

English → German - doctor

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n. Arzt; jem der einen Doktortitel besitzt
v. verarzten

English → Indonesian - doctor

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n. doktor, dokter, pengobat
v. mengobati, merawat, memalsukan, membetulkan

English → Italian - doctor

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s. dottore, medico; (sl) cuoco di bordo; (Mecc) strumento d'emergenza; (Pesc) mosca artificiale
v. (Univ) conferire il dottorato a, addottorare; curare, avere in cura; (fig) aggiustare, accomodare; (fam) adulterare, sofisticare, fatturare; (fam) falsificare; adattare, modificare, alterare

English → Polish - doctor

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n. doktor, lekarz
v. promować, leczyć

English → Portuguese - doctor

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s. médico; doutor; facultativo
v. doutorar; tratar; tomar remédios

English → Romanian - doctor

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n. doctor, medic, racletă, răzuitoare {tehn.}
v. doftorici, îngriji, lua medicamente, da îngrijire medicală, practica medicina, trata, acorda titlu de doctor, repara {fam.}, drege, boteza, falsifica

English → Russian - doctor

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с. доктор, врач, эскулап; знахарь; ветеринарный врач; вспомогательный механизм, вспомогательный прибор; шабер, скребок; мастер по ремонту
г. лечить, заниматься врачебной практикой, фальсифицировать, подделывать; присуждать степень доктора

English → Turkish - doctor

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f. tedavi etmek, hadım etmek, doktorluk yapmak; onarmak; yamamak; sulandırmak; üzerinde oynama yapmak, değiştirmek
i. doktor, hekim; ileri gelen; gemi aşçısı; yapay balıkçı sineği

English → Ukrainian - doctor

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n. лікар, законник, теолог, доктор
v. лікувати, лікуватися, розводити, фальсифікувати

Romanian → English - doctor

n. doctor, physician, surgeon, adept, master, pill, pillbox, leech
abbr. D.

Dutch → English - doctor

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n. doctor, person who is licensed to practice medicine (i.e. physician, surgeon)

English → Dutch - doctor

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zn. dokter, arts; iemand met een dokterstitel
ww. behandelen

English → Greek - doctor

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ουσ. γιατρός, διδάκτορας, δόκτορας
ρήμ. ιατρεύω, θεραπεύω

Spanish → French - doctor

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1. (universidad - hombre) docteur (m)
2. (medicina - hombre) docteur (m); médecin (m)

Spanish → German - doctor

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n. doktor, arzt

Spanish → Russian - doctor

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n. врач, доктор

Dutch → French - doctor

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1. (universiteit - man) docteur (m)
2. (universiteit - vrouw) docteur (m)

English → Arabic - doctor

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‏طبيب دكتور، حامل دكتوراه، المعالج‏
‏عالج، خصى الحيوانات، تلاعب، زيف‏
‏حكيم‏

English → Chinese - doctor

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(名) 医生; 学者; 博士
(动) 授以博士学位; 修改; 诊断; 行医

English → Chinese - doctor

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(名) 醫生; 學者; 博士
(動) 授以博士學位; 修改; 診斷; 行醫

English → Hindi - doctor

Pronunciation
n. डाक्टर, चिकित्सक
v. डाक्टर की पदवी प्रदान करना, वैद्य का व्यवसाय करना

English → Japanese - doctor

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(名) 医者; 先生; 博士; 修理屋
(動) 治療する; 手を加える; 混ぜ物をする

English → Korean - doctor

Pronunciation
명. 의사 ( 내과의사 또는 외과의사 등); 박사학위를 수여받은 사람
동. 의학적으로 치료하다, 병을 고치다; 수선하다; 속이다, 조작하다; 바꾸다

English → Vietnamese - doctor

Pronunciation
n. nhà bác học, học giả, nhà thông thái, nhà thuyết minh giáo lý, tiến sỉ, bác sỉ, thầy thuốc, người sửa chửa, đồ để cạo
v. cấp bằng tiến sỉ, săn sóc người bịnh, làm giả

Spanish → Korean - doctor

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n. 의사

Definition of doctor

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Noun
1. A physician; a member of the medical profession; one who is trained and licensed to heal the sick. The final examination and qualification may award a doctor degree in which case the post-nominal letters are D.O., DPM, M.D., DMD, DDS, DPT, DC, in the US or MBBS in the UK.
If you still feel unwell tomorrow, see your doctor.
2. A person who has attained a doctorate, such as a Ph.D. or Th.D. or one of many other terminal degrees conferred by a college or university.
3. A veterinarian; a medical practitioner who treats animals.
4. A person who has special knowledge or talents to manipulate or arrange transactions.
5. A teacher; one skilled in a profession or a branch of knowledge; a learned man.
6. Any mechanical contrivance intended to remedy a difficulty or serve some purpose in an exigency.
The doctor of a calico-printing machine, which is a knife to remove superfluous colouring matter
The doctor, or auxiliary engine, also called "donkey engine"
7. A fish, the friar skate.
Verb
8. To act as a medical doctor to.
Her children doctored her back to health.
9. To make (someone) into an (academic) doctor; to confer a doctorate upon.
10. To physically alter (medically or surgically) a living being in order to change growth or behavior.
They doctored their apple trees by vigorous pruning, and now the dwarfed trees are easier to pick.
We may legally doctor a pet to reduce its libido.
11. To genetically alter an extant species.
Mendel's discoveries showed how the evolution of a species may be doctored.
12. To alter or make obscure, as with the intention to deceive, especially a document.
To doctor the signature of an instrument with intent to defraud is an example of forgery.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: doctoring
Present: doctor (3.person: doctors)
Past: doctored
Future: will doctor
Present conditional: would doctor
Present Perfect: have doctored (3.person: has doctored)
Past Perfect: had doctored
Future Perfect: will have doctored
Past conditional: would have doctored
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