Definition of 'psychiatric'
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He got life and will be detained in a secure psychiatric hospital until deemed fit for prison. The Sun (2016)The findings were highlighted in a study of when males and females seek psychiatric help. The Sun (2017)One waited 45 hours for a a psychiatric hospital bed. The Sun (2016)I've seen people take serious overdoses or be admitted to psychiatric hospitals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The psychiatric hospital costs 325,000 a year against 45,000 in jail. The Sun (2016)After attempting suicide and twice spending time in psychiatric units, she's determined not to go back. The Sun (2016)They questioned the very notion of psychiatric illness. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So they try to get some psychiatric help for her. The Sun (2008)Many of them remained there because places could not be found for them in psychiatric hospitals. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)This week he was transferred from prison to a psychiatric hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was kept on a psychiatric ward for six days before being released. The Sun (2010)She also talks openly about her life and previous job as a psychiatric nurse. The Sun (2014)These are usually in drug dependence units or psychiatric departments. Coming Off Tranquillizers and Sleeping Pills (1991)Many such patients probably are suffering from a primary psychiatric illness. M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It (1989)She was given some psychiatric help in the first weeks after the family arrived. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She is admitted to a psychiatric ward. The Sun (2014)Sentencing was postponed so he can speak to psychiatric nurses. The Sun (2010)Last night he was still in a psychiatric unit after an apparent suicide bid. The Sun (2011)He probably needs psychiatric help now to try to get back to normal society. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Part of my training was on a psychiatric ward. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His father was a recruiter in the energy sector and his mother a psychiatric nurse. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was detained indefinitely in a psychiatric unit. The Sun (2015)But do you need psychiatric help to stop? The Sun (2013)There's a whole range of psychiatric illness. Christianity Today (2000)As it is, her career is over and she has an enduring psychiatric illness. Times, Sunday Times (2010)POLICE searching for a missing person stumbled across a cannabis factory in a psychiatric hospital. The Sun (2014)In an earlier chapter we saw the impact on patients and staff of the closure of one large psychiatric hospital, and its incorporation into a neighbouring hospital. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)Living as a prisoner, he asks questions about the overlap between psychiatric services and prisons, showing how many mentally ill people wind up in unsuitable jails. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'psychiatric'
British English: psychiatric /ˌsaɪkɪˈætrɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Psychiatric means relating to psychiatrists.
- American English: psychiatric
- Arabic: نَفْسِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: psiquiátrico
- Chinese: 精神病学的
- Croatian: psihijatrijski
- Czech: psychiatrický
- Danish: psykiatrisk
- Dutch: psychiatrisch
- European Spanish: psiquiátrico
- Finnish: psykiatrinen
- French: psychiatrique
- German: psychiatrisch
- Greek: ψυχιατρικός
- Italian: psichiatrico
- Japanese: 精神科の
- Korean: 정신의학의
- Norwegian: psykiatrisk
- Polish: psychiatryczny
- European Portuguese: psiquiátrico
- Romanian: psihiatric
- Russian: психиатрический
- Spanish: psiquiátrico
- Swedish: psykiatrisk
- Thai: ที่เกี่ยวกับจิตวิทยา
- Turkish: psikiyatrik
- Ukrainian: психіатричний
- Vietnamese: thuộc về tâm thần học
Definition of psychiatric from the Collins English Dictionary
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