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English translation of 'guérir'

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[ɡeʀiʀ ]
Verb Table transitive verb
1.  [personne, maladie] to cure
guérir qn de to cure sb of
2.  [membre, plaie] to heal
Verb Table intransitive verb
1.  [personne] to recover
Il est maintenant complètement guéri. He’s now completely recovered.
guérir de to recover from
2.  [plaie, chagrin] to heal

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Example Sentences Including 'guérir'

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Elles pouvaient aussi être offertes aux divinités pour guérir la stérilité.
Le Monde (2001)
IL est des remèdes pires que les maux qu'ils veulent guérir.
Le Monde (1997)
J'avais, depuis longtemps, renoncé à guérir et vivais ma fièvre avec une fatalité résignée.
Huser, France La maison du désir
Je peux vous le guérir, ça presse même plus qu'un ferrage.
Arnaud, Georges-Jean Les moulins à nuages
La France eut bien de la chance de trouver sur son chemin un général de Gaulle pour la guérir de ce Parkinson politique.
de Closets, François La grande manip
Seul Puységur prend au sérieux la parole du patient et finit par le guérir.
Le Monde (1999)

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'guérir' in Other Languages

British English: cure /kjʊə/ VERB
If a doctor or a medical treatment cures someone, or cures their illness, they make the person well again.
Doctors have cured him of the disease.
  • American English: cure
  • Arabic: يُعالِجُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: curar
  • Chinese: 治愈
  • Croatian: izliječiti
  • Czech: léčit
  • Danish: helbrede
  • Dutch: genezen
  • European Spanish: curar
  • Finnish: parantaa
  • French: guérir
  • German: heilen
  • Greek: θεραπεύω
  • Italian: curare
  • Japanese: 治す
  • Korean: (...을)치료하다
  • Norwegian: kurere
  • Polish: zaradzić
  • European Portuguese: curar
  • Romanian: a vindeca
  • Russian: лечить
  • Spanish: curar
  • Swedish: bota
  • Thai: รักษา
  • Turkish: tedavi etmek
  • Ukrainian: виліковувати
  • Vietnamese: chữa bệnh
British English: heal /hiːl/ VERB
When an injury such as a broken bone heals, it becomes healthy and normal again.
It will take three to four weeks before the fracture fully heals.
  • American English: heal
  • Arabic: يَشْفِي
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cicatrizar
  • Chinese: 愈合
  • Croatian: zacijeliti
  • Czech: hojit se
  • Danish: hele
  • Dutch: genezen
  • European Spanish: curar
  • Finnish: parantua sairaudesta
  • French: guérir
  • German: heilen
  • Greek: θεραπεύω
  • Italian: guarire
  • Japanese: 治る
  • Korean: (상처 등이) 낫다
  • Norwegian: helbrede
  • Polish: zagoić
  • European Portuguese: cicatrizar
  • Romanian: a vindeca
  • Russian: вылечивать
  • Spanish: curar
  • Swedish: läka
  • Thai: รักษา
  • Turkish: iyileşmek
  • Ukrainian: загоюватися
  • Vietnamese: hàn gắn


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