- adj. 医疗的；医学的；医药的；内科的
- [A]医学的,医疗的,医术的 of the art, of medicine, of curing disease
a thorough physical examination; includes a variety of tests depending on the age and sex and health of the person
relating to the study or practice of medicine;
"the medical profession"
"a medical student"
requiring or amenable to treatment by medicine especially as opposed to surgery;
"pneumonia is a medical disease"
of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing art
- This is the best medical team in the country.
- Great advances have been made in medical science.
- He is engaged in medical research.
- Her medical course was completed ahead of time.
- This medical handbook helps a lot.
- The magazine has introduced a medical column.
- Medical supplies are being dropped to the stricken area.
- The hospital has a medical ward and a surgical ward.
- You'd better go to the medical department.
- My sister studies at a medical college.
- Medical research may find a cure for cancer.
- The hospital bought some medical instruments.
- Your appointment is conditional on your medical examination.
- She's too ill to be nursed at home; she needs proper medical attention at a hospital.
- The timely medical treatment prevented the disease from spreading.
- His son is intended for the medical profession.
- His medical skill is so superb that he can hardly be filled in for in an emergency.
He isn't the kind to go flipping through medical dictionaries.出自： R. Ingalls
The drug epidemiology unit of Boston University Medical Centre.出自：Daily Telegraph
- ☆ 17世纪40年代进入英语，直接源自晚期拉丁语的medicalis；最初源自拉丁语的medicus，意为治疗，医治。