treatment


treatment
n.
care
cure

1) to administer, give, provide treatment

2) to get, receive, undergo treatment

3) to respond to treatment

4) inpatient; medical; outpatient; radiation; shock treatment

5) treatment for (to undergo treatment for alcoholism)

6) under treatment

method of dealing with

7) atrocious, brutal, cruel, harsh, inhumane treatment (brutal treatment of prisoners)

8) equal, equitable; fair; humane; kid-glove, preferential; kind; red-carpet; shabby; special; uneven; unfair treatment (to receive preferential treatment)

9) (colloq.) the VIP ('special') treatment (they got the VIP treatment)

10) the silent treatment (to give smb. the silent treatment)

description, study

11) a cursory; definitive; exhaustive, lengthy; superficial treatment

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['triːtmənt]
definitive
equitable
exhaustive
humane
kid-glove
lengthy
medical
outpatient
preferential
provide treatment
red-carpet
shabby
shock treatment
superficial treatment
undergo treatment
uneven
inhumane treatment (brutal treatment of prisoners)
unfair treatment (to receive preferential treatment)
['care'] ['cure'] to administer
['description, study'] a cursory
['method of dealing with'] atrocious
inpatient
to get
to respond to treatment
under treatment
(colloq.) the VIP ('special') treatment (they got the VIP treatment)
the silent treatment (to give smb. the silent treatment)
treatment for (to undergo treatment for alcoholism)

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