Wordlist: At the doctor

 

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    • treatment, treatments(noun)
    • Definition:
      • medical care for an illness or injury
    • Example:
      • A treatment or cure is applied after a medical problem has already started.
    • treat[triːt](verb)
    • Definition:
      • to apply medical care to someone
    • Example:
      • They treated me for malaria.
  • check-up
    • check-up, check-ups(noun)
    • Definition:
      • when a doctor checks a person's condition thoroughly
    • Example:
      • The check-up showed that everything was alright.
  • surgery
    • surgery, surgeries[ˈsɜːdʒəri](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a doctor's consulting room
    • Example:
      • I dropped in at the surgery as I was passing to pick up my prescription.
      • Synonym(s):
        doctor's office (AE)
  • waiting room
    • waiting room, waiting rooms(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a room in a surgery for people to wait for their doctor to see them
    • Example:
      • Around ten people were sitting in the waiting room.
  • surgery hour
    • surgery hour, surgery hours(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the time in which the surgery is open for people to come and see the doctor
    • Example:
      • Surgery hours are every weekday from 8 till 12.
      • Synonym(s):
        office hours (AE)
  • patient
    • patient, patients(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a person who receives treatment from a doctor or other medically educated person
    • Example:
      • The doctor has many regular patients.
    • feel, felt, felt[fiːl](irregular verb)
    • Definition:
      • to become aware of something through the skin; to experience an emotion
    • Example:
      • You can feel a heartbeat if you put your fingers on your breast.
    • well[wɛl](adjective)
    • Definition:
      • in good health
    • Example:
      • I had been sick, but now I'm well.
    • be well(Chunk)
    • Example:
      • After some months of sickness I'm finally well again.
    • be not well(Chunk)
    • Example:
      • I had to throw up yesterday and I'm still not well today.
      • Synonym(s):
        be unwell
    • feel good(Chunk)
    • Example:
      • I feel so good after a hot bubblebath.
      • Synonym(s):
        feel well
    • bad[bæd](adjective)
    • Definition:
      • not good; not in good health
    • Example:
      • I feel so bad because I forgot our date.
      • Antonym(s):
        good
 

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          treat
          to apply medical care to someone
          treatment
          medical care for an illness or injury
          patient
          a person who receives treatment from a doctor or other medically educated person
          check-up
          when a doctor checks a person's condition thoroughly
          waiting room
          a room in a surgery for people to wait for their doctor to see them
          feel good
          bad
          not good; not in good health
          be well
          surgery hour
          the time in which the surgery is open for people to come and see the doctor
          be not well
          feel
          to become aware of something through the skin; to experience an emotion
          well
          in good health
          surgery
          a doctor's consulting room
           
           
           
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          check up
          when a doctor checks a person's condition thoroughly
          surgery
          a doctor's consulting room
          surgery hours
          the time in which the surgery is open for people to come and see the doctor
          patient
          a person who receives treatment from a doctor or other medically educated person
          waiting room
          a room in a surgery for people to wait for their doctor to see them
           
           
           
         

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        • hurt
          • hurt, hurt, hurt[hɜːt](irregular verb)
          • Definition:
            • to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
          • Example:
            • Does your leg still hurt?
            • Synonym(s):
              ache
        • toothache
          • toothache, toothaches[ˈtuθˌe(ɪ)k](noun)
          • Definition:
            • a pain or ache in a tooth
          • Example:
            • He went to the dentist because he had a really bad toothache.
        • headache
          • headache, headaches[ˈhɛde(ɪ)k](noun)
          • Definition:
            • a pain in the head
          • Example:
            • The noise caused a bad headache.
        • backache
          • backache, backaches[ˈbæke(ɪ)k](noun)
          • Definition:
            • any pain in the back
          • Example:
            • The old man could barely walk because of his backache.
          • earache, earaches[ˈijɹe(i)k](noun)
          • Definition:
            • a pain in the middle or inner ear
          • Example:
            • The little girl is suffering from earache.
        • stomachache
          • stomachache, stomachaches[ˈstʌməke(ɪ)k](noun)
          • Definition:
            • a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
          • Example:
            • She's complaining about a bad stomachache.
        • examine
          • examine(verb)
          • Definition:
            • to check the health or condition of someone
          • Example:
            • The doctor examined the patient.
        • take off
          • take off(phrasal verb)
          • Definition:
            • to remove one's clothing
          • Example:
            • He took off his shoes.
            • Antonym(s):
              put on
          • turn around(phrasal verb)
          • Definition:
            • to physically rotate horizontally 180 or 360 degrees
          • Example:
            • Turn around so I can see the back of your new dress.
        • lie
          • lie, lay, laid[laɪ̯](irregular verb)
          • Definition:
            • to be in a horizontal position
          • Example:
            • The patients usually lie on the divan bed during the check-up.
          • lie down(phrasal verb)
          • Definition:
            • to assume a horizontal position
          • Example:
            • Lie down on the bed until you feel better.
            • Antonym(s):
              get up, stand up
          • stand up, stood up, stood up(phrasal verb)
          • Definition:
            • to rise from a lying or sitting position
          • Example:
            • Stand up, then sit down again.
         

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                lie
                to be in a horizontal position
                hurt
                to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
                stand up
                to rise from a lying or sitting position
                headache
                a pain in the head
                earache
                a pain in the middle or inner ear
                stomachache
                a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
                lie down
                to assume a horizontal position
                examine
                to check the health or condition of someone
                turn around
                to physically rotate horizontally 180 or 360 degrees
                toothache
                a pain or ache in a tooth
                backache
                any pain in the back
                take off
                to remove one's clothing
                 
                 
                 
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                stomachache
                a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
                lie
                to be in a horizontal position
                examine
                to check the health or condition of someone
                backache
                any pain in the back
                toothache
                a pain or ache in a tooth
                take off
                to remove one's clothing
                hurt
                to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
                headache
                a pain in the head
                 
                 
                 
               

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                • tender[ˈtɛn.də(ɹ)](adjective)
                • Definition:
                  • sensitive or painful to touch
                • Example:
                  • Be careful, that area is tender.
                • tender spot(Chunk)
                • Example:
                  • Due to a rash I've got some tender spots on my arms.
              • test
                • test, tests[tɛst](noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a session in which something is examined under a certain condition
                • Example:
                  • The woman received the results of her HIV test.
              • blood test
                • blood test, blood tests(noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a serologic analysis of a sample of blood
                • Example:
                  • The treatment requires a preliminary blood test.
              • injection
                • injection, injections[ɪnˈʤɛktʃən](noun)
                • Definition:
                  • something pushed or pumped intravenously or intramuscularly by use of a syringe and a needle into someone's body
                • Example:
                  • She's really afraid of injections.
              • vaccination
                • vaccination[ˌvæk.sɪˈneɪ.ʃən](uncountable noun)
                • Definition:
                  • the administration of antigenic material (a vaccine) to produce immunity to a disease
                • Example:
                  • Vaccination is generally considered to be the most effective and cost-effective method of preventing infectious diseases.
              • prescription
                • prescription, prescriptions(noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a written order, as by a physician, for the administration of a medicine or other intervention
                • Example:
                  • The surgeon wrote a prescription for a pain killer and physical therapy.
              • prescribe
                • prescribe[pɹəˈskɹaɪb](verb)
                • Definition:
                  • to order a drug or medical device for use by a particular patient
                • Example:
                  • The doctor prescribed John a set of pills.
              • chemist's
                • chemist's, chemists'(noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
                • Example:
                  • Sue needs to go to the chemist's to get her medicine.
                  • Synonym(s):
                    pharmacy, drugstore (AE)
              • chemist
                • chemist, chemists[ˈkɛmɪst](noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a person who works at a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
                • Example:
                  • The chemist couldn't find the medicine the man was asking for.
                  • Synonym(s):
                    pharmacist
              • pill
                • pill, pills[pɪl](noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a small portion of a drug or drugs to be taken orally, usually of roughly cylindrical shape, often coated to prolong dissolution or ease swallowing
                • Example:
                  • Take two pills every hour.
                  • Synonym(s):
                    tablet
              • drug
                • drug, drugs[dɹʌɡ](noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose; a substance, often addictive, which affects the central nervous system
                • Example:
                  • Aspirin is a drug that reduces pain, acts against inflammation and lowers body temperature.
                • poison, poisons[ˈpɔɪz(ə)n](noun)
                • Definition:
                  • a substance that is very harmful or lethal to a living organism
                • Example:
                  • We used a poison to kill the weeds.
                • poisonous(adjective)
                • Definition:
                  • containing sufficient poison to be dangerous
                • Example:
                  • Certain mushrooms are not edible because they are poisonous.
                  • Synonym(s):
                    toxic
               

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                      poisonous
                      containing sufficient poison to be dangerous
                      chemist
                      a person who works at a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
                      tender spot
                      tender
                      sensitive or painful to touch
                      prescription
                      a written order, as by a physician, for the administration of a medicine or other intervention
                      injection
                      something pushed or pumped intravenously or intramuscularly by use of a syringe and a needle into someone's body
                      blood test
                      a serologic analysis of a sample of blood
                      prescribe
                      to order a drug or medical device for use by a particular patient
                      chemist's
                      a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
                      vaccination
                      the administration of antigenic material (a vaccine) to produce immunity to a disease
                      poison
                      a substance that is very harmful or lethal to a living organism
                      drug
                      a substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose; a substance, often addictive, which affects the central nervous system
                      pill
                      a small portion of a drug or drugs to be taken orally, usually of roughly cylindrical shape, often coated to prolong dissolution or ease swallowing
                      test
                      a session in which something is examined under a certain condition
                       
                       
                       
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                      blood test
                      test
                      test
                      chemist's
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                      injection
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                      prescribe
                      to order a drug or medical device for use by a particular patient
                      drug
                      a substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose; a substance, often addictive, which affects the central nervous system
                      chemist
                      a person who works at a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
                      prescription
                      a written order, as by a physician, for the administration of a medicine or other intervention
                      injection
                      something pushed or pumped intravenously or intramuscularly by use of a syringe and a needle into someone's body
                      pill
                      a small portion of a drug or drugs to be taken orally, usually of roughly cylindrical shape, often coated to prolong dissolution or ease swallowing
                      chemist's
                      a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
                      vaccination
                      the administration of antigenic material (a vaccine) to produce immunity to a disease
                      test
                      a session in which something is examined under a certain condition
                      blood test
                      a serologic analysis of a sample of blood
                       
                       
                       
                     

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                    • dentist
                      • dentist, dentists(noun)
                      • Definition:
                        • a medical doctor who specialises in treating teeth
                      • Example:
                        • Because of a toothache he urgently needs to go to the dentist.
                    • dentist's assistant
                      • dentist's assistant, dentist's assistants(noun)
                      • Definition:
                        • a medical assistant who works at a dentist's office
                      • Example:
                        • Four female dentist's assistants work at this dentist.
                    • open
                      • open[ˈəʊ.pən](verb)
                      • Definition:
                        • to make something accessible
                      • Example:
                        • Turn the doorknob to open the door.
                        • Antonym(s):
                          close, shut
                    • open one's mouth
                      • open one's mouth(Chunk)
                      • Example:
                        • Please open your mouth so I can check your teeth.
                    • drill
                      • drill[dɹɪɫ](verb)
                      • Definition:
                        • to create a hole in teeth by removing material with a special tool
                      • Example:
                        • The dentist unfortunately had to drill because of too many caries.
                      • fill[fɪl](verb)
                      • Definition:
                        • to treat a tooth by adding a dental filling to it
                      • Example:
                        • I'm sorry but the hole in your tooth needs to be filled.
                     

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                            drill
                            to create a hole in teeth by removing material with a special tool
                            open
                            to make something accessible
                            open one's mouth
                            fill
                            to treat a tooth by adding a dental filling to it
                            dentist's assistant
                            a medical assistant who works at a dentist's office
                            dentist
                            a medical doctor who specialises in treating teeth
                             
                             
                             
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                            a medical doctor who specialises in treating teeth
                            open
                            to make something accessible
                            dentist's assistant
                            a medical assistant who works at a dentist's office
                            drill
                            to create a hole in teeth by removing material with a special tool
                            open one's mouth
                             
                             
                             
                           
                           

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