Definition of 'therapy'
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She must forget about all of it, the therapy, the homeless, the whole wounded world. LOST CHILDREN (1992)Tobes used to talk to me about that place a lot, in therapy. A MEANS TO EVIL (1992)Besides, Denny's individual treatment sessions were nearly always held outside drama therapy hours. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (1992)
It helped to loosen him up more than all the months of therapy at the base hospital. DESTROY THE KENTUCKY (1992)
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Translations for 'therapy'
British English: therapy /ˈθɛrəpɪ/ NOUN
Therapy is the treatment of mental or physical illness without the use of drugs or operations.
In therapy, she began to let go of her obsession with her ex-boyfriend.
- American English: therapy
- Arabic: عِلَاج
- Brazilian Portuguese: terapia
- Chinese: 治疗
- Croatian: terapija
- Czech: terapie
- Danish: terapi
- Dutch: therapie
- European Spanish: terapia
- Finnish: terapia
- French: thérapie
- German: Therapie
- Greek: θεραπευτική αγωγή
- Italian: terapia
- Japanese: 療法
- Korean: 요법
- Norwegian: terapi
- Polish: terapia
- European Portuguese: terapia
- Romanian: terapie
- Russian: терапия
- Spanish: terapia
- Swedish: terapi
- Thai: การบำบัดโรค
- Turkish: terapi
- Ukrainian: терапія
- Vietnamese: liệu pháp
Definition of therapy from the Collins English Dictionary
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