|英语 > 中文|
|英语 > 英语|
|1. n. A substance which specifically promotes healing when ingested or consumed in some way.|
|2. n. A treatment or cure.|
|3. n. The study of the cause, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of disease or illness.|
|4. n. The profession of physicians, surgeons and related specialisms; those who practice medicine.|
|5. n. Ritual Native American magic used by a medicine man to promote a desired outcome in healing, hunting, warfare etc.|
|6. n. Among the Native Americans, any object supposed to give control over natural or magical forces, to act as a protective charm, or to cause healing.|
|7. n. (obsolete) black magic, superstition.|
|8. n. (obsolete) A philter or love potion.|
|9. n. (obsolete) A physician.|
|10. n. (slang) recreational drugs, especially alcoholic drinks|
|11. v. (rare, obsolete) To treat with medicine.|
|中文 > 英语|
|1. medicine; drug; pharmaceutical|
|2. Angelica dahurica|
|吃藥 - to take the medicine; slang to take illicit drugs|
|3. orris root|
|4. substance used for a particular purpose (e.g. poisoning, fermenting, explosion)|
|5. leaf of the iris|
|下藥 - to poison|
|6. leaf of the Angelica dahurica|
|7. to treat; to cure|
|8. usage. This is the simplified form of 藥 that was used in Singapore from 1969 to 1976. Singapore, like the PRC, now uses 药.|
|9. to poison|
|What else is there but the medicine.|
She looks at me with this painful glee in her eyes and tells me that she's not feeling well and has to take her medicine.
Two orderlies enter with a medicine tray.
People need water and food and medicine, and the sewers have to work, the electricity has to work.
Drops of silver medicine were used by doctors to fight all kinds of infections.