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This finding might encourage patients to seek treatment for health anxiety and to trust their heart. The Sun (2016)Only a firm diagnosis can point towards the most effective treatment. The Sun (2017)It means millions of cancer patients are getting treatment that is not up to scratch. The Sun (2016)Women are often given preferential treatment in public life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is absolutely no special treatment for the wealthy other than extra scrutiny. The Sun (2017)His wife and sons had panic attacks after being told he was dead and also needed medical treatment. The Sun (2016)It could boost treatment of diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's. The Sun (2016)The treatments available now mean the tumour can be shrunk before surgery, while treatment after surgery can ensure it doesn't grow back. The Sun (2016)Where the cost of doing so is very high, it makes sense to introduce new treatments in a way that doesn't compromise other services. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Successful treatment with one patient is not enough. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The focus is on the ethical treatment of animals as well as bespoke veg and fruit bags. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This may be a lead for better forms of treatment in the future. The Sun (2007)The injured woman was given medical treatment after being crushed against a barrier. The Sun (2006)These men carried out their duties for us and this is the treatment they receive. The Sun (2008)Until we find more effective treatments many more will do so. The Sun (2009)And nowhere is that more important than in the testing of medical treatments. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We will continue to work with the exam boards to ensure that these students get fair treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This really is a big step forward in the treatment of unwanted hair. The Sun (2008)The prize also includes two free spa treatments per person. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But critics accused the star of using her celebrity status to get special treatment. The Sun (2008)This may pave the way for treatment. The Sun (2016)The other common eczema treatment is steroid cream. The Sun (2015)There is no evidence that any treatment other than surgery is effective. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We were unable to conceive naturally so embarked on the traumatic journey that is invasive fertility treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Ships must be fitted with a sewage treatment plant or holding tank. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That includes the correct treatment of animals. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The only way to help patients get the treatment they need is to ensure that money is spent effectively. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'treatment'
British English: treatment /ˈtriːtmənt/ NOUN
medical Treatment is medical attention given to a sick or injured person or animal.
There are two standard treatments for this disease.
- American English: treatment
- Arabic: مُعَامَلَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: tratamento
- Chinese: 治疗 MED
- Croatian: tretman
- Czech: léčba
- Danish: behandling
- Dutch: behandeling
- European Spanish: tratamiento
- Finnish: hoito
- French: traitement
- German: Behandlung
- Greek: μεταχείριση
- Italian: trattamento
- Japanese: 治療
- Korean: 치료
- Norwegian: behandling
- Polish: leczenie
- European Portuguese: tratamento
- Romanian: tratament
- Russian: угощение
- Spanish: tratamiento
- Swedish: behandling vård
- Thai: การดูแลรักษา
- Turkish: tedavi
- Ukrainian: лікування
- Vietnamese: sự điều trị
British English: treatment NOUN
behaviour towards someone Your treatment of someone is the way you behave toward them or deal with them.
We don't want any special treatment.
Definition of treatment from the Collins English Dictionary
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