treat in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. regalo, obsequio; invitación, convite; placer, gusto; festín, banquete
v. tratar, curar; negociar, tratar un negocio; convidar; procesar

Example Sentences

Treated with care the patients.
Trata con cuidado a los pacientes.
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Gambling addiction can cause problems with anxiety, stress, and depression if not treated in time.
La adicción al juego puede provocar problemas de ansiedad, estrés y depresión si no se trata a tiempo.
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How to treat children’s allergies in spring
Cómo tratar las alergias de niños en primavera
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Keep a copy of your medical history. That way, any doctor who treats you can keep track of any health issues that could affect your pregnancy.
Conserve una copia de su historial médico. Así cualquier doctor que la atienda podrá llevar un registro de algún asunto de su salud que pudiera afectar su embarazo.
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Shall we treat ourselves with ‘tú’?
¿Nos tratamos de ‘tú’?
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They treat us very badly.
Ellos nos atienden muy mal.
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They used to treat us very badly.
Ellos nos atendían muy mal.
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You always treated us well.
Tú siempre nos tratabas bien.
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Don't treat me as common people.
¡Deja de mirarme como una persona "normal"!
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Ethics is a branch of philosophy that treats of human conduct.
La ética es una rama de la filosofía que trata de la conducta humana.
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Synonyms

1. prescribe: dose, minister, doctor, attend, nurse
2. entertainment: banquet, feast, fete, gift
3. consider: regard, approach, look upon, deal with, act toward, behave toward
4. deal with: handle, bargain, negotiate, come to terms, deal, serve, settle
5. entertain: amuse, indulge, regale, feast



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