Definition of 'operating theatre'
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I asked for Desmond but was told he was in the operating theatre. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2003)The man was unconscious but with the attention of a skilled surgeon in a base operating theatre he would probably have survived. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM (2003)
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Translations for 'operating theatre'
British English: operating theatre /ˈɒpəˌreɪtɪŋ ˈθɪətə/ NOUN
An operating theatre is a room in a hospital where surgeons carry out operations.
- American English: operating room
- Arabic: غُرْفَةُ الْعَمَلِيَاتِ الْـجِراحِيَّةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sala de operação
- Chinese: 手术室
- Croatian: operacijska dvorana
- Czech: operační sál
- Danish: operationsstue
- Dutch: operatiekamer
- European Spanish: quirófano
- Finnish: leikkaussali
- French: salle d’opération
- German: Operationssaal
- Greek: χειρουργείο
- Italian: sala operatoria
- Japanese: 手術室
- Korean: 수술실
- Norwegian: operasjonssal
- Polish: sala operacyjna
- European Portuguese: sala de operações
- Romanian: sală de operații
- Russian: операционная
- Spanish: quirófano
- Swedish: operationssal
- Thai: ห้องผ่าตัด
- Turkish: ameliyat odası
- Ukrainian: операційна для показових операцій
- Vietnamese: phòng mổ
Definition of operating theatre from the Collins English Dictionary
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