Definition of 'first aid'
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Unless you have a known allergic reaction to wasp stings, you will only need simple first aid. The Sun (2010)It hit one fan on the arm and ricocheted into another's head, leaving both needing first aid. The Sun (2012)
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British English: first aid /fɜːst eɪd/ NOUN
First aid is medical treatment given as soon as possible to a sick or injured person.
The driver was giving first aid to the student, when the doctor arrived.
- American English: first aid
- Arabic: إِسْعافات الَأوَّلِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: primeiros socorros
- Chinese: 急救
- Croatian: prva pomoć
- Czech: první pomoc
- Danish: førstehjælp
- Dutch: eerstehulpverlening
- European Spanish: primeros auxilios
- Finnish: ensiapu
- French: premiers secours
- German: Erste Hilfe
- Greek: πρώτες βοήθειες
- Italian: pronto soccorso
- Japanese: 救急処置
- Korean: 응급 치료
- Norwegian: førstehjelp
- Polish: pierwsza pomoc
- European Portuguese: primeiros socorros
- Romanian: primul ajutor
- Russian: первая помощь
- Spanish: primeros auxilios
- Swedish: första hjälpen
- Thai: การปฐมพยาบาลเบื้องต้น
- Turkish: ilk yardım
- Ukrainian: перша допомога
- Vietnamese: sơ cứu
Definition of first aid from the Collins English Dictionary
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