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medico

See also: medico- and médico

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NounEdit

medico (plural medicos)

  1. (informal, humorous) A physician or medical doctor; sometimes also a medical student.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin medicus, from medicō (cure, heal).

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medico m (feminine medica, masculine plural medici, feminine plural mediche)

  1. medical

NounEdit

medico m (plural medici) feminine medica (rare), diminutive: medichino, medichetto; augmentative; medicone; endearment: medicuccio; pejorative: medicaccio, medicastro

  1. (Medicine) doctor, physician

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medico

  1. first-person singular indicative present of medicare

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From medicus (medical).

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NounEdit

medicō

  1. dative singular of medicus
  2. ablative singular of medicus

VerbEdit

present active medicō, present infinitive medicāre, perfect active medicāvī, supine medicātum

  1. I heal, cure.
  2. I give healing power to.
  3. I medicate.
  4. I dye with color.

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VerbEdit

medico

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of medicar.