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treat [ tri:t] vt.对待;处理 n.款待

treat sb. as 把…待如;把…看作

treat sb. for 给某人医治…

treat [tri:t] vt. 对待,看待, 视为 n.宴请, 款待, 请客

treat [tri:t] v.处理,加工

感谢款待的信 a bread and butter letter (a letter sent as thanks for being treated well as someone's guest)

Dog Treats 狗食

This will be my treat. 这顿饭我请客.

treat sb 请客,招待某人

Dutch treat 各人自己付钱的聚餐或娱乐

solicitation of treating 要求款待

If you want to achieve something or intend to fulfill one of your ambitions, you must work hard, make efforts and get prepared. Otherwise, you will take no advantage of opportunities when they come to visit you.
假如你要取得成就或要实现你的雄心壮志,你必须努力工作、艰苦奋斗、准备好条件。否则,机遇来临你却无法利用。 189. The difference between a man who succeeds and one who does not lies only in the way each treats opportunities. The successful person always makes adequate preparations to meet opportunities as they duly arrive. The unsuccessful person, on the other hand, works little and just waits to see pass by.

After diagnosing the patient's disease, these doctors discussed how to treat it.
医生们经过对这个病人的病情诊断之后, 就讨论如何治疗的问题。

She always treated her clients as individuals.

She bitterly resented being treated differently from the men.

He felt very resentful at being unfairly treated.

The trials show that the medicine is quite effective in treating the disease.

He is on the phone again, raging about the horrible way his boss treats him.

Some shop owners say they will treat consumers as God but it's not true.

As you treat me, so I shall treat you.

If there is one thing I won't stand for, it's being treated like an office boy.

My treat. 我请客。

A survey conducted in Britain confirmed that an abnormally high percentage of patients suffering from arthritis of the spine who had been treated with X rays contracted cancer.

Towards the end of the century there was still considerable argument over whether books should be used for information or treated respectfully, and over whether the reading of material such as newspapers was in some way mentally weakening.

He was taken to the hospital to be treated for snake bite.

He treats his wife like a slave.

My mother always treats us like children.

I'm neglecting my family. *这是种相当严厉的说法。neglect 表示“对……玩忽职守”、“不尽义务”。
I put my work before my family. (我是工作第一,家庭第二。)*比较温和的说法。
I should treat my family better. (我该重视我的家庭。)

He's very hard on me. *be动词+hard on...“蛮横,野蛮”。
Do you like your boss? (你喜欢你的上司吗?)
No, he's very hard on me. (不,他对我很严厉。)
He treats me unkindly. (他对我一点儿都不友好。)
He's mean to me. (他对我很刻薄。)
He's very strict. (他很严厉。)

He always treats me like an enemy. *enemy“仇人,敌人”。
He was rude to say that. (他这样对你说话也太无礼了。)
He always treats me like an enemy. (他总把我当作眼中钉。)
He acts like I'm an enemy.
He treats me as if I'm his enemy.

He treated me badly.
I was badly treated by him.
I received bad treatment from him.
He treated me unkindly. (他对我很粗暴。)

Be good to others.
Do unto others as you would have done to you.*正式的说法。
You should treat others kindly.
Do unto others.

Don't take it out on me. *take it out on... “为泄愤而冲……发火”。
Don't take your frustration out on me.
Don't treat me badly just because you had a bad day. (别因为今天你不顺就拿我撒气。)
I didn't do anything wrong! (我没有做错什么事。)

How nice!
It's on me. (这次我请客。)
Oh! How nice! (哦!那太好了。)
How lovely! *女性常用。
What a treat!

He's unfair to me. *unfair “不公平的”、“不合理的”。
He treats me unfairly.
He doesn't treat me fairly. (他对待我不公平。)

Can I take you out to dinner? It'll be my treat.

It's my treat this time.

A Are you busy this evening?
A 你今晚很忙吗?
B No, I'm not. Why do you ask?
B 不,不忙。为什么这样问?
A Well, we've booked three seats at the China Opera and my daughter can't go.
A 哦,我们在中国歌剧院预订了三个座位,但是我女儿来不了了。
B I'd love to go! I've never been to the China Opera. Thank you.
B 我很愿意去!我还从没有去过中国歌剧院。谢谢你。
A You're welcome. My husband and I will meet you at the Opera House at 6:30.
A 不客气。6点半我丈夫和我将在歌剧院等你。
B This is a real treat!
B 这真是一个好事!

The sooner you treat your son as a man, the sooner he will be one.
William John Locke, British novelist

Treat other people as you hope they will treat you.
Aesop, Ancient Greek fable writer  

@@@ 如同
as follows 如下所述
as usual 像往常一样, 照常
as with 正如, 与...一样
consist in ...是始终如一的
feel like sth. 摸起来如同...; 有...的感觉
It's about time! 早就该这样, 早该如此
just as 1.正像, 正如
mad as a hornet 像黄蜂一样愤怒(意指非常生气、愤怒)
treat ... as 把...待如; 把...看作

@@@ 当作, 以为, 持
confuse sb. with sb. 把...误当作...; 混淆
have a bias towards 对...持偏见
look on the bright side of things 对事物持乐观态度
pass down 把...传给后世, 把...当作遗产给予
read sth. into sth. 将本来没有的意思加进去解释, 自以为有某种含义
take a dim view of sth. 不赞成..., 对...持怀疑态度; 对...持悲观态度
think of ... as ... 把...看作是, 以为...是
treat ... as 把...待如; 把...看作
viewed as 被看作是

@@@ 看法, 观点, 意见
as far as 1.远到..., 直到...
2.就...而言, 从...来看; 尽...所能
as far as I'm concerned 依我看
come to terms 达成协议; 达成一致意见
for one's sake & for the sake of sb. 看在...的份上; 为了...的缘故
from one's standpoint 从...的观点来看
get across 使观点被理解, 接受
have a bias towards 对...持偏见
hold against 因某事对某人抱有意见
in one's opinion 依某人的看法
keep to oneself 不与他人交往; 不向他人透露自己的意见和想法
look down on sb./sth. 轻视, 看不起
look on the bright side of things 对事物持乐观态度
outlook on 对...的看法
point of view 观点; 见地
run into 1.偶然碰见
speak one's mind 直抒己见
take a dim view of sth. 不赞成..., 对...持怀疑态度; 对...持悲观态度
think of ... as ... 把...看作是, 以为...是
throw (sth.) out 1.拒不接受意见、建议等
treat ... as 把...待如; 把...看作
viewed as 被看作是

I'll treat you to diner.

in for a treat, be 请欣赏...

This will be my treat. 这顿饭我请客.

treat sb 请客,招待某人

I will treat you 。

- take to one's heels 逃走
The naughty boy took to his heels after he should 'trick-or-treat'.

- once in a blue moon 千载难逢
Our boss is a miser. He gives us a treat only once in a blue moon.

嬖 [bì] /(treat as a) favorite/

处理 [chǔ lǐ] /to handle/to treat/to deal with/to process/

待 [dài] /wait/treat/deal with/need/about/intending to do something/

怠慢 [dài màn] /(adj) impolite; standoffish/(v) treat sb in a cold manner/

当作 [dàng zuò] /treat as/regard as/

当做 [dàng zuò] /to treat as/to regard as/to look upon as/

对待 [duì dài] /treat/treatment/

对得起 [duì de qǐ] /not let sb. down/treat sb. fairly/be worthy of/

亏待 [kuī dài] /(v) treat unfairly/

疗 [liáo] /to treat/to cure/

请 [qǐng] /to ask/to invite/please (do sth)/to treat (to a meal, etc)/to request/

却病 [què bìng] /to prevent or treat a disease/

心眼 [xīn yǎn] /(n) consideration; thoughtfulness; ability to be considerate/social grace; ability to see how to treat others/(NOT mind's eye)/

医 [yī] /medical/medicine/doctor/to cure/to treat/

医治 [yī zhì] /(v) treat a sickness/

冤枉 [yuān wang ] /(n) hatred/(n) injustice/(n) bad luck/be treated unjustly/be wronged/not be worthwhile/

诊 [zhěn] /examine or treat medically/

诊治 [zhěn zhì] /to diagnose and treat/

治病 [zhì bìng] /treat an illness/

治疗 [zhì liáo] /to treat/to cure/(medical) treatment/cure/

We all understand that at some level, yet as medical consumers we treat death as a problem to be solved.

The profession is taking steps to require young doctors to train in hospices, to test knowledge of aggressive pain management therapies, to develop a Medicare billing code for hospital-based care, and to develop new standards for assessing and treating pain at the end of life.

What has happened is that people cannot confess fully to their dreams, as easily and openly as once they could, lest they be thought pushing, acquisitive and vulgar.
Instead, we are treated to fine hypocritical spectacles, which now more than ever seem in ample supply: the critic of American materialism with a Southampton summer home; the publisher of radical books who takes his meals in three-star restaurants; the journalist advocating participatory democracy in all phases of life, whose own children are enrolled in private schools. For such people and many more perhaps not so exceptional, the proper formulation is, "Succeed at all costs but avoid appearing ambitious."

{adj: abused, ill-treated, maltreated, mistreated} subjected to cruel treatment
"an abused wife"
<-> unabused

{adj: accepted, recognized, recognised} generally approved or compelling recognition
"several accepted techniques for treating the condition"
"his recognized superiority in this kind of work"

{adj: activated} (of sewage) treated with aeration and bacteria to aid decomposition

{adj: aerated} (of a liquid) treated by having air passed or bubbled through it for purification

{adj: ammoniated} combined or treated with ammonia
"ammoniated mercury"

{adj: arch, condescending, patronizing, patronising} (used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension

{adj: bichromated} treated or combined with bichromate

{adj: burned, burnt} treated by heating to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point
"burnt sienna"

{adj: carbolated} containing or treated with carbolic acid

{adj: certifiable, certified} fit to be certified as insane (and treated accordingly)

{adj: consistent, uniform} the same throughout in structure or composition
"bituminous coal is often treated as a consistent and homogeneous product"

{adj: crushed} treated so as to have a permanently wrinkled appearance
"crushed velvet"

{adj: cured, vulcanized, vulcanised} (used of rubber) treated by a chemical or physical process to improve its properties (hardness and strength and odor and elasticity)

{adj: desecrated} treated with contempt
"many desecrated shrines and cemeteries"
<-> consecrated

{adj: despised, detested, hated, scorned} treated with contempt

{adj: doped} treated or impregnated with a foreign substance

{adj: dosed} treated with some kind of application
"a mustache dosed with bear grease"

{adj: dressed} treated with medications and protective covering

{adj: favored, favorite, favourite, best-loved, pet, preferred, preferent} preferred above all others and treated with partiality
"the favored child"

{adj: gummed, gummy} treated with an adhesive gum

{adj: hospitable} disposed to treat guests and strangers with cordiality and generosity
"a good-natured and hospitable man"
"a hospitable act"
"hospitable invitations"
<-> inhospitable

{adj: imperial, majestic, purple, regal, royal} belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler
"golden age of imperial splendor"
"purple tyrant"
"regal attire"
"treated with royal acclaim"
"the royal carriage of a stag's head"

{adj: intrinsic, intrinsical} belonging to a thing by its very nature
"form was treated as something intrinsic, as the very essence of the thing"- John Dewey
<-> extrinsic

{adj: iodinated, iodized, iodised} treated with iodine
"iodized salt"

{adj: leaded} treated or mixed with lead
"leaded gasoline"
"leaded zinc"
<-> unleaded

{adj: long-life} (of perishable goods) treated to stay fresh longer than usual
"long-life milk"

{adj: mercerized, mercerised} of cotton thread that has been treated with sodium hydroxide to shrink it and increase its luster and affinity for dye
"mercerized cotton"

{adj: offhand, offhanded} casually thoughtless or inconsiderate
"an offhand manner"
"she treated most men with offhand contempt"

{adj: oiled} treated with oil
"oiled country roads"
"an oiled walnut table"
<-> unoiled

{adj: operable} capable of being treated by surgical operation
"an operable cancer"
<-> inoperable

{adj: pebble-grained} (of leather) having a rough surface as the result of being treated with a patterned roller

{adj: permed} of hair treated with chemicals to make it curly
"permed hair"

{adj: precancerous} of or relating to a growth that is not malignant but is likely to become so if not treated

{adj: preservative} tending or having the power to preserve
"the timbers should be treated with a preservative"

{adj: profaned, violated} treated irreverently or sacrilegiously

{adj: proofed} treated so as to become resistant
"rust-proofed automobiles"
"shrink-proofed fabrics"

{adj: radiosensitive} sensitive to radiation
"radiosensitive cancer cells can be treated with radiotherapy"

{adj: raw} not treated with heat to prepare it for eating
<-> cooked

{adj: real, tangible} capable of being treated as fact
"tangible evidence"
"his brief time as Prime Minister brought few real benefits to the poor"

{adj: resentful} full of or marked by resentment or indignant ill will
"resentful at the way he was treated"
"a sullen resentful attitude"
<-> unresentful

{adj: rustproof, rustproofed} treated against rusting

{adj: sized} having the surface treated or coated with sizing
<-> unsized

{adj: subhuman} less than human or not worthy of a human being
"treated natives as subhuman"
"a subhuman spectacle"
"the subhuman primates"
<-> superhuman

{adj: substantial, real, material} having substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary
"the substantial world"
"a mere dream, neither substantial nor practical"
"most ponderous and substantial things"- Shakespeare
<-> insubstantial

{adj: sulphuretted, sulfurized, sulfuretted} treated or impregnated with sulfur
"sulfuretted hydrogen"

{adj: tempered, treated, hardened, toughened} made hard or flexible or resilient especially by heat treatment
"a sword of tempered steel"
"tempered glass"
<-> untempered

{adj: treated} (of a specimen for study under a microscope) treated with a reagent or dye that colors only certain structures

{adj: treated} given medical care or treatment
"a treated cold is usually gone in 14 days; if left untreated it lasts two weeks"
<-> untreated

{adj: treated} subjected to a physical (or chemical) treatment or action or agent
"the sludge of treated sewage can be used as fertilizer"
"treated timbers resist rot"
"treated fabrics resist wrinkling"
<-> untreated

{adj: unabused} not physically abused; treated properly
<-> abused

{adj: ungummed} not treated with adhesive gum

{adj: unleaded, leadless} not treated with lead
"unleaded gasoline"
<-> leaded

{adj: unprocessed} not treated or prepared by a special process

{adj: unsized} not having the surface treated or coated with sizing
"unsized paper"
<-> sized

{adj: untreated} (of a specimen for study under a microscope) not treated with a reagent or dye

{adj: untreated} not given medical care or treatment
"an untreated disease"
"the untreated wounded lay on makeshift cots"
<-> treated

{adj: untreated} not subjected to chemical or physical treatment
"an untreated fabric"
<-> treated

{adj: wash-and-wear, drip-dry} treated so as to be easily or quickly washed and dried and requiring little or no ironing
"a wash-and-wear shirt"

{adj: waxed} treated with wax
"waxed floors"
"waxed mustache"
<-> unwaxed

{adv: badly} evilly or wickedly
"treated his parents badly"
"to steal is to act badly"

{adv: bestially, brutishly, in a beastly manner} in an inhumane manner
"she treated her husband bestially"

{adv: charitably} in a charitable manner
"she treated him charitably"

{adv: churlishly, surlily} in a churlish manner
"the store owner treated his customers churlishly"

{adv: civilly} in a civil manner
"he treats his former wife civilly"
<-> uncivilly

{adv: condescendingly, patronizingly, patronisingly} with condescension; in a patronizing manner
"he treats his secretary condescendingly"

{adv: cruelly} in a cruel manner
"he treated his students cruelly"

{adv: dearly, affectionately, dear} with affection
"she loved him dearly"
"he treats her affectionately"

{adv: descriptively} by giving a description
"these topics need to be treated not just descriptively"

{adv: disdainfully, cavalierly} in a proud and domineering manner
"he treated his staff cavalierly"

{adv: disrespectfully} in a disrespectful manner
"he treats his parents rather disrespectfully"
<-> respectfully

{adv: humanely} in a humane manner
"let's treat the prisoners of war humanely"
<-> inhumanely

{adv: impersonally} without warmth
"he treated his patients impersonally"
<-> personally

{adv: impolitely, discourteously, rudely} in an impolite manner
"he treated her impolitely"
<-> courteously, politely

{adv: individually, separately, singly, severally, one by one, on an individual basis} apart from others
"taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, square"
"the fine points are treated singly"

{adv: inhumanely} in an inhumane manner
"the prisoners of war were treated inhumanely"
<-> humanely

{adv: just so, with great care} in a careful manner
"you must treat this plant just so"

{adv: laxly, leniently} in a permissively lenient manner
"he felt incensed that Tarrant should have been treated so leniently given his crime"

{adv: penetratingly, penetratively} with ability to see into deeply
"the author treats his subject penetratingly"

{adv: preferentially} in a preferential manner
"he was treated preferentially"

{adv: roughly, rough} with roughness or violence (`rough' is an informal variant for `roughly')
"he was pushed roughly aside"
"they treated him rough"

{adv: royally, like kings, like royalty} in a royal manner
"they were royally treated"

{adv: shoddily} in a shoddy manner
"a shoddily built house"
"he treated her shoddily"

{adv: stingily, cheaply, chintzily} in a stingy manner
"their rich uncle treated them rather chintzily"

{adv: thoughtlessly} showing thoughtlessness
"he treated his parents thoughtlessly"
<-> thoughtfully

{adv: uncivilly} in an uncivil manner
"he treats his former wife uncivilly"
<-> civilly

{adv: unkindly} in an unkind manner or with unkindness
"The teacher treats the children unkindly"
<-> kindly

{adv: variously, diversely, multifariously} in diverse ways
"the alternatives that are variously represented by the participants"
"the speakers treated the subject most diversely"

{n: ACE inhibitor, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor} antihypertensive drug that blocks the formation of angiotensin in the kidney, leading to relaxation of the arteries; promotes the excretion of salt and water by inhibiting the activity of the angiotensin converting enzyme; also used to treat congestive heart failure

{n: Actifed} trade name for a drug containing an antihistamine and a decongestant; used to treat upper respiratory conditions and minor allergies

{n: American feverfew, wild quinine, prairie dock, Parthenium integrifolium} stout perennial herb of the eastern United States with whitish flowers; leaves traditionally used by Catawba Indians to treat burns

{n: Arnica montana} herb of pasture and open woodland throughout most of Europe and western Asia having orange-yellow daisylike flower heads that when dried are used as a stimulant and to treat bruises and swellings

{n: Bailey, Nathan Bailey, Nathaniel Bailey} English lexicographer who was the first to treat etymology consistently; his work was used as a reference by Samuel Johnson (died in 1742)

{n: Banting, F. G. Banting, Sir Frederick Grant Banting} Canadian physiologist who discovered insulin with C. H. Best and who used it to treat diabetes(1891-1941)

{n: Corneille, Pierre Corneille} French tragic dramatist whose plays treat grand moral themes in elegant verse (1606-1684)

{n: Dimetapp} trade name for a drug containing an antihistamine and a decongestant; used to relieve nasal congestion and to treat rhinitis

{n: Drixoral} the trade name for a drug used to treat upper respiratory congestion; it contains an antihistamine and a bronchodilator and a vasoconstrictor

{n: Dutch treat} a dinner where each person pays for his own

{n: Dutch-processed cocoa} cocoa powder treated with a mild alkalizing agent (such as baking soda)

{n: Epsom salts, bitter salts} hydrated magnesium sulfate that is taken orally to treat heartburn and constipation and injected to prevent seizures

{n: Feosol} trade name of a drug rich in iron; used to treat some kinds of anemia

{n: Fergon} trade name of a drug rich in iron; used to treat some types of anemia

{n: Gram's method, Gram method, Gram's procedure, Gram's stain, Gram stain} a staining technique used to classify bacteria; bacteria are stained with gentian violet and then treated with Gram's solution; after being decolorized with alcohol and treated with safranine and washed in water, those that retain the gentian violet are Gram-positive and those that do not retain it are Gram-negative

{n: Hitchings, George Herbert Hitchings} United States biochemist noted for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout (born in 1905)

{n: L-dopa, levodopa, Bendopa, Brocadopa, Larodopa} the levorotatory form of dopa (trade names Bendopa and Brocadopa and Larodopa); as a drug it is used to treat Parkinson's disease

{n: Lente Insulin, Lente Iletin} trade names for forms of insulin that are used to treat diabetes mellitus

{n: Lichenes, division Lichenes} comprising the lichens which grow symbiotically with algae; sometimes treated as an independent group more or less coordinate with algae and fungi

{n: Mesmer, Franz Anton Mesmer, Friedrich Anton Mesmer} Austrian physician who tried to treat diseases with a form of hypnotism (1734-1815)

{n: Mniaceae, family Mniaceae} family of erect mosses with club-shaped paraphyses and the hexagonal cells of the upper leaf surface; sometimes treated as a subfamily of Bryaceae

{n: Paine, Robert Treat Paine} American Revolutionary leader and signer of the Declaration of Independence (1731-1814)

{n: Trapaceae, family Trapaceae} family comprising solely the genus Trapa; in some classifications treated as a subfamily or tribe of the family Onagraceae

{n: acebutolol, Sectral} an oral beta blocker (trade name Sectral) used in treating hypertension

{n: acidophilus milk} milk fermented by bacteria; used to treat gastrointestinal disorders

{n: acyclovir, Zovirax} an oral antiviral drug (trade name Zovirax) used to treat genital herpes; does not cure the disease but relieves the symptoms

{n: alendronate, Fosamax} a tablet (trade name Fosamax) prescribed to prevent or treat osteoporosis in women after menopause

{n: alkalating agent} an antineoplastic drug used to treat some forms of cancer

{n: allopathy} the usual method of treating disease with remedies that produce effects differing from those produced by the disease itself
<-> homeopathy

{n: allopurinol, Zyloprim} a drug (trade name Zyloprim) used to treat gout and other conditions in which there is an excessive buildup of uric acid

{n: alpha blocker, alpha-blocker, alpha-adrenergic blocker, alpha-adrenergic blocking agent} any of various drugs that block alpha-adrenergic receptors; used in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia; relaxes the muscles of the prostate and bladder

{n: amoxicillin, Amoxil, Larotid, Polymox, Trimox, Augmentin} an antibiotic; a semisynthetic oral penicillin (trade names Amoxil and Larotid and Polymox and Trimox and Augmentin) used to treat bacterial infections

{n: amphetamine, pep pill, upper, speed} a central nervous system stimulant that increases energy and decreases appetite; used to treat narcolepsy and some forms of depression

{n: amyl nitrate} a vasodilator that is sometimes used to treat angina pectoris

{n: anesthesiologist, anesthetist, anaesthetist} a specialist who administers an anesthetic to a patient before he is treated

{n: antiarrhythmic, antiarrhythmic drug, antiarrhythmic medication} a drug used to treat an abnormal heart rhythm

{n: anticonvulsant, anticonvulsant drug, antiepileptic, antiepileptic drug} a drug used to treat or prevent convulsions (as in epilepsy)

{n: antidepressant, antidepressant drug} any of a class of drugs used to treat depression; often have undesirable side effects

{n: antidiabetic, antidiabetic drug} a drug used to treat diabetes mellitus

{n: antihistamine} a medicine used to treat allergies and hypersensitive reactions and colds; works by counteracting the effects of histamine on a receptor site

{n: antimalarial, antimalarial drug} a medicinal drug used to prevent or treat malaria

{n: antipyresis} medication with antipyretics to treat a fever

{n: araroba, Goa powder, chrysarobin} a bitter yellow powder used to treat skin diseases

{n: arnica} an ointment used in treating bruises

{n: arnica} used especially in treating bruises

{n: artificial skin} a synthetic covering with two layers used experimentally to treat burn victims

{n: asparaginase, Elspar} antineoplastic drug (trade name Elspar) sometimes used to treat lymphoblastic leukemia

{n: atenolol, Tenormin} an oral beta blocker (trade name Tenormin) used in treating hypertension and angina; has adverse side effects (depression and exacerbation of congestive heart failure etc.)

{n: autism} (psychiatry) an abnormal absorption with the self; marked by communication disorders and short attention span and inability to treat others as people

{n: balsam of Peru} dark brown syrupy balsam from the Peruvian balsam tree used especially in dressing wounds and treating certain skin diseases

{n: benzoin, gum benzoin, benjamin, gum benjamin, asa dulcis} gum resin used especially in treating skin irritation

{n: beta blocker, beta-adrenergic blocker, beta-adrenergic blocking agent} any of various drugs used in treating hypertension or arrhythmia; decreases force and rate of heart contractions by blocking beta-adrenergic receptors of the autonomic nervous system

{n: bioremediation} the act of treating waste or pollutants by the use of microorganisms (as bacteria) that can break down the undesirable substances

{n: blood brother} a male sworn (usually by a ceremony involving the mingling of blood) to treat another as his brother

{n: botulinum toxin A, Botox} a neurotoxin (trade name Botox) that is used clinically in small quantities to treat strabismus and facial spasms and other neurological disorders characterized by abnormal muscle contractions; is also used by cosmetic surgeons to smooth frown lines temporarily

{n: botulism} food poisoning from ingesting botulin; not infectious; affects the CNS; can be fatal if not treated promptly

{n: brompheniramine maleate, Dimetane} antihistamine (trade name Dimetane) used to treat hypersensitivity reactions (as rhinitis)

{n: brotherhood} the feeling that men should treat one another like brothers

{n: brutalization, brutalisation} the activity of treating someone savagely or viciously

{n: brutalization, brutalisation} the condition of being treated in a cruel and savage manner

{n: burn center} a center where patients with severe burns can be treated

{n: calamine lotion} a lotion consisting of a liquid preparation containing calamine; used to treat itching or mild skin irritations

{n: carron oil} an ointment formerly used to treat burns

{n: ceftazidime, Fortaz, Tazicef} a parenteral cephalosporin (trade names Fortaz and Tazicef) used to treat moderate infections

{n: cellulose xanthate, viscose} a cellulose ester obtained by treating cellulose with caustic soda

{n: chaulmoogra, chaulmoogra tree, chaulmugra, Hydnocarpus kurzii, Taraktagenos kurzii, Taraktogenos kurzii} East Indian tree with oily seeds yield chaulmoogra oil used to treat leprosy

{n: chelation} (medicine) the process of removing a heavy metal from the bloodstream by means of a chelate as in treating lead or mercury poisoning

{n: chemotherapy} the use of chemical agents to treat or control disease (or mental illness)

{n: chlorambucil, Leukeran} an alkalating agent (trade name Leukeran) used to treat some kinds of cancer

{n: chloramphenicol, Chloromycetin} an oral antibiotic (trade name Chloromycetin) used to treat serious infections (especially typhoid fever)

{n: chloroquine} an antimalarial drug used to treat malaria and amebic dysentery and systemic lupus erythematosus

{n: chlortetracycline, Aureomycin} a yellow crystalline antibiotic (trade name Aureomycin) used to treat certain bacterial and rickettsial diseases

{n: chrysotherapy} the use of chemicals containing gold for treating diseases (such as rheumatoid arthritis)

{n: cimetidine, Tagamet} a drug (trade name Tagamet) used to treat peptic ulcers by decreasing the secretion of stomach acid

{n: clofibrate, Atromid-S} a drug (trade name Atromid-S) that reduces lipids in the blood serum; used to treat some cardiovascular diseases

{n: colchine} an analgesic drug derived from the saffron plant and used to treat gout

{n: condonation} a pardon by treating the offender as if the offense had not occurred

{n: coronary care unit} a hospital unit specially staffed and equipped to treat patients with serious cardiac problems

{n: corrective, restorative} a device for treating injury or disease

{n: corticosteroid, corticoid, adrenal cortical steroid} a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal cortex or synthesized; administered as drugs they reduce swelling and decrease the body's immune response
"adrenal cortical steroids are used to treat many different conditions"

{n: cyanide process} an industrial process for extracting gold and silver by treating ore with a sodium cyanide solution

{n: cyproheptadine, Periactin} an antihistamine (trade name Periactin) used to treat some allergic reactions

{n: dainty, delicacy, goody, kickshaw, treat} something considered choice to eat

{n: dapsone} antibacterial drug used to treat leprosy and some kinds of skin diseases

{n: deification} the condition of being treated like a god

{n: delavirdine, Rescriptor} a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (trade name Rescriptor) used to treat AIDS and HIV

{n: depersonalization, depersonalisation, reification} representing a human being as a physical thing deprived of personal qualities or individuality
"according to Marx, treating labor as a commodity exemplified the reification of the individual"

{n: derision, ridicule} the act of deriding or treating with contempt

{n: desensitization technique, desensitisation technique, desensitization procedure, desensitisation procedure, systematic desensitization, systematic desensitisation} a technique used in behavior therapy to treat phobias and other behavior problems involving anxiety; client is exposed to the threatening situation under relaxed conditions until the anxiety reaction is extinguished

{n: dexamethasone, Decadron, Dexamethasone Intensol, Dexone, Hexadrol, Oradexon} a corticosteroid drug (trade names Decadron or Dexamethasone Intensol or Dexone or Hexadrol or Oradexon) used to treat allergies or inflammation

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