Spanish translation of 'physiotherapist'
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The male physiotherapist who came every day from Washington looked apprehensive.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
She had bought a wheelchair, a walker, and hired a physiotherapist who came in every day.ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH
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Used Occasionally. physiotherapist is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'physiotherapist' in Other Languages
British English: physiotherapist /ˌfɪzɪəʊˈθɛrəpɪst/ NOUN
A physiotherapist is a person whose job is using physiotherapy to treat people.
- American English: physiotherapist
- Arabic: أَخِصَّائِيّ العِلاجُ الطَّبِيعِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fisioterapeuta
- Chinese: 理疗师
- Croatian: fizioterapeut
- Czech: fyzioterapeut
- Danish: fysioterapeut
- Dutch: fysiotherapeut
- European Spanish: fisioterapeuta
- Finnish: fysioterapeutti
- French: kinésithérapeute
- German: Physiotherapeut
- Greek: φυσιοθεραπευτής
- Italian: fisioterapista
- Japanese: 理学療法士
- Korean: 물리치료사
- Norwegian: fysioterapeut
- Polish: fizjoterapeuta
- European Portuguese: fisioterapeuta
- Romanian: fizioterapeut
- Russian: физиотерапевт
- Latin American Spanish: fisioterapeuta
- Swedish: sjukgymnast
- Thai: นักกายภาพบำบัด
- Turkish: fizyoterapist
- Ukrainian: фізіотерапевт
- Vietnamese: bác sĩ vật lý trị liệu
Translation of physiotherapist from the Collins English to Spanish
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