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1. médico(a) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) (medical)
  • to go to the doctor('s) ir al médico
  • that's just what the doctor ordered (familiar sentido figurado) me/le/etc. viene que ni pintado
2. doctor(ora) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) (universidad)
transitive verb
3. amañar (familiar) (accounts, evidence)
4. castrar, capar (cat) (británico)
doctor [ˈdɒktəʳ]
1 (Med) médicoamédica (m) (f);a médica
to go to the doctor's ir al médico; Doctor Brown el doctor Brown; to be under the doctor estar bajo tratamiento médico
it was just what the doctor ordered fue mano de santo
2 (Univ) doctoradoctora (m) (f);a doctora of en
note See culture box in entry degree.
transitive verb
1 (tamper with) [+food, drink] adulterar; [+document] manipular
2 (treat) [+cold] tratar; curar
to doctor o.s. automedicarse
3 (castrate) [+cat, dog etc] castrar
doctor's degree (n) doctorado (m)
doctor's excuse (US)doctor's line (Britain)doctor's note (Britain) (n) baja (f) (médica)
doctor, -ora
masculine or feminine noun
1. doctor (de universidad) (en of)
  • doctor, -ora en derecho/psicología (por la Universidad de…) doctor of law/psychology (from the University of …)
  • doctor, -ora honoris causa honorary doctor
  • ser doctor, -ora honoris causa to have an honorary doctorate
2. doctor (médico)
  • la doctora Piñán le atenderá enseguida Dr Piñán will see you in a minute
doctora doctora
(Med) (Univ) doctor
fue investido doctor honoris causa he was made an honorary doctor
doctores tiene la Iglesia there are plenty of people well able to pass an opinion (on that)
doctor(a) en derecho doctor of laws
doctor(a) en filosofía Doctor of Philosophy
(Religión) father; saint
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