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Hindi translation of 'medical'

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medical

/ˈmedɪkəl ˈमेडिकल्/
Word forms: medicals
1. adjective before noun
Medical means relating to illness and injuries and to their treatment or prevention.
चिकित्सकीयडाक्टरी
Four of our men needed medical treatment.
the medical profession/establishment medical attention/treatment/care medical staff/students/examiners/experts
medically adverbचिकित्सकीय रूप से
I am not medically qualified.
medically qualified/trained/certified medically fit/unfit

2. countable noun
A medical is a thorough examination of your body by a doctor.
शरीरिक जांच nf

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Example Sentences Including 'medical'

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A branch ruling on pharmaceutical and medical device disputes is set for London.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Here are ten examples of homespun medical wisdom.
The Sun (2010)
It allows you to be honest about medical conditions without then having to pay over the odds.
The Sun (2016)
It is wilful blindness that lies behind the often sluggish reaction of the medical establishment to new research.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Much of modern government, commerce and medical science would be impossible without it.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Students use the UK's largest medical simulation centre to learn how to treat patients in emergency situations.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They can be very distressing and need urgent medical attention.
The Sun (2015)
Unlike medicines, which have a physiological effect once absorbed, medical devices are not absorbed so they do not change physiology.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Why not combine their expertise and turn local chemists into walk-in medical centres?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You need urgent medical attention because it can make you very ill very quickly.
The Sun (2016)
This is why medical and scientific journals are so important.
Youngson, Dr. Robert The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)
Although rare, beauty parlour syndrome has been written about in case study reports in medical journals for more than a decade.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And what of the elderly who need care and medical attention?
The Sun (2016)
Charities offer food and medical treatment.
The Sun (2015)
He cites a project to build a special school with a boarding facility and medical centre.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
His wife and sons had panic attacks after being told he was dead and also needed medical treatment.
The Sun (2016)
Sending her to prison would be punishing her for having suffered from a terrible medical condition.
The Sun (2012)
She was given an intravenous drip but no other medical treatment in the carriage although there was a group of paramedics nearby.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The research was turned down by leading medical journals because it was deemed too radical.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The woman has had a medical examination.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The younger doctor also produced medical notes and blood test records to back up his account.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Then see your doctor for medical help to find out why you took so long to conceive.
The Sun (2010)
They have the right to be kept alive as long as medical science can do it.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
First a strict new medical assessment was introduced to test eligibility for incapacity benefit.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The advance of medical science has been a wonder of the modern world.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The question for medical science has been what kind of damage.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
We fear that there are still very serious defects in the method of medical examination for recruits.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The prisoner could then expect to be seen by the medical officer the following morning.
Coyle, Andrew & Stern, Vivien The Prisons We Deserve (1994)

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'medical' in Other Languages

British English: medical /ˈmɛdɪkl/ ADJECTIVE
Medical means relating to illness and injuries and to their treatment or prevention.
Four of the men needed medical treatment.
  • American English: medical
  • Arabic: طِبِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: médico
  • Chinese: 医学的
  • Croatian: medicinski
  • Czech: lékařský
  • Danish: medicinsk
  • Dutch: medisch
  • European Spanish: médico
  • Finnish: lääketieteellinen
  • French: médical
  • German: medizinisch
  • Greek: ιατρικός
  • Italian: medico
  • Japanese: 医学の
  • Korean: 의학의
  • Norwegian: medisinsk
  • Polish: medyczny
  • European Portuguese: médico
  • Romanian: medical
  • Russian: медицинский
  • Latin American Spanish: médico
  • Swedish: medicinsk
  • Thai: ทางการแพทย์
  • Turkish: tıbbi
  • Ukrainian: медичний
  • Vietnamese: thuộc y học
British English: medical /ˈmɛdɪkl/ NOUN
A medical is a thorough examination of your body by a doctor.
  • American English: physical
  • Arabic: فَحْصٌ طِبِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: exame médico
  • Chinese: 体格检查
  • Croatian: liječnički pregled
  • Czech: lékařská prohlídka
  • Danish: helbredsundersøgelse
  • Dutch: medisch onderzoek
  • European Spanish: revisión médica
  • Finnish: lääkärintarkastus
  • French: examen médical
  • German: ärztliche Untersuchung
  • Greek: ιατρική εξέταση
  • Italian: visita medica
  • Japanese: 健康診断
  • Korean: 검진
  • Norwegian: legeundersøkelse
  • Polish: medyk
  • European Portuguese: exame médico
  • Romanian: examen medical
  • Russian: медосмотр
  • Latin American Spanish: revisión médica
  • Swedish: läkar-
  • Thai: การเช็คร่างกาย
  • Turkish: tıp
  • Ukrainian: медичний огляд
  • Vietnamese: sự khám sức khoẻ

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