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medical XVII. — F. médiċal or medL. medicālis, f. L. medicus physician, f. base of medērī heal; see -ICAL.
So medicament XIV. — F. médicament or L. medicāmentum, f. medicārī administer remedies to, whence medicate, medication XVII. So medicine medicament XIII; art of preserving and restoring health XIV. — OF. medecine, medicine (mod. médecine) — L. medicīna physician's art or laboratory, medicament. medicinal XIV. — (O)F. — L. medico medical practitioner or student. XVII. — It. — L. medicus. Also medic XVII.

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Dĕčín

Dĕčín (dyĕ´chēn), Ger. Tetschen, city (1991 pop. 54,341), Czech Republic, in Bohemia, on the Elbe. It includes (since 1950) the city of Podmokly (Ger. Bodenbach), which is on the left bank of the Elbe. It is a railroad junction, a river port, and an industrial center. Manufactures include machinery, fabricated-metal products, food, textiles, printing, and publishing. Founded in 1128, it was incorporated into Czechoslovakia in 1918. Until World War II, the population was largely German-speaking. The city has a 17th-century castle with a fine library.

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medical

med·i·cal / ˈmedikəl/ • adj. of or relating to the science of medicine, or to the treatment of illness and injuries: a medical center | the medical profession. ∎  of or relating to conditions requiring medical but not surgical treatment: he was transferred for further treatment to a medical ward. DERIVATIVES: med·i·cal·ly adv.

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medical

medical (med-ik-ăl) adj.
1. of or relating to the science or practice of medicine.

2. of or relating to conditions that require the attention of a physician rather than a surgeon.

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medical

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