Hindi translation of 'doctor'
doctor /ˈdɒktə ˈडॉक्टअ/
Word forms: doctors, doctoring, doctored
1. countable noun, title noun, vocative noun
A doctor is someone qualified in medicine who treats people who are ill.
चिकित्सक mn/डॉक्टर , mn/डॉक्टर , mn
Don't hesitate to call the doctor if you are at all uneasy.
Doctor Paige will be here right after lunch.
2. singular noun
The doctor's is used to refer to the surgery or clinic where a doctor works.
I have an appointment at the doctor's.
3. countable noun, title noun
Doctor is the title given to someone who has been awarded the highest academic degree by a university.
पंडित mn या विद्वान , mn/डॉक्टर , mn
...a doctor of philosophy.
4. transitive verb
To doctor something means to deliberately change it in order to deceive people.
They doctored the photos, to make her look as bad as possible.
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Example Sentences Including 'doctor'
The first man I had an affair with after moving here was a doctor from Draguignan named Olivier.CHAMELEON (2002)
He sent her to a doctor who gave her a half-hour medical examination.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
From what I can make out it's somebody's medical records, or doctor 's notes or something.LOST SUMMER (2002)
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'doctor' in Other Languages
- Arabic: طَبِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: médico médica
- Chinese: 医生
- Croatian: liječnik liječnica
- Czech: lékař lékařka
- Danish: læge
- Dutch: dokter
- European Spanish: médico
- Finnish: lääkäri
- French: docteur
- German: Arzt Ärzte
- Greek: γιατρός
- Italian: dottore dottoressa
- Japanese: 医者
- Korean: 의사
- Norwegian: lege
- Polish: lekarz lekarka
- Portuguese: médico médica
- Romanian: doctor doctori
- Russian: врач
- Spanish: doctor doctora
- Swedish: läkare
- Thai: แพทย์
- Turkish: doktor
- Ukrainian: лікар
- Vietnamese: bác sĩ
Translation of doctor from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary