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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (box of medicine)
a. first aid kit
La profesora fue a buscar el botiquín para curar la herida de un niño.The teacher went for the firstaid kit to heal the child's wound.
2. (cupboard for medicine)
a. medicine cabinet
En los estantes del botiquín solo quedaban un par de tiritas.In the shelves of the medicine chest there were only a couple of bandages.
b. medicine chest
Siempre me gusta tener vendas en el botiquín de casa.I always like to have some bandages in the medicine chest at home.
3. (first-aid post)
a. sick bay
Tuve que esperar en el botiquín hasta que vino a atenderme una enfermera.I had to wait in the sick bay until a nurse came to see me.
b. nurse's office
¿Te sientes mal, Juanito? - Sí, señorita Jones. ¿Puedo ir al botiquín?Do you feel sick, Juanito? - Yes, Miss Jones. Can I go to the nurse's office?
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (caja)
a. first-aid kit
2. (mueble)
a. first-aid cupboard
3. (enfermería)
a. sick bay
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1 (armario) medicine cabinet; (conjunto de medicinas) first-aid kit
botiquín de emergencia botiquín de primeros auxilios first-aid kit
2 (enfermería) first-aid post; first-aid station; (EEUU) sick bay
3 (Caribe) (para bebidas) drinks cupboard
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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