nurse

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} hemşirelik yapmak
meme vermek
{f} bakıcılık yapmak
hemşire

Ben bir doktor ya da hemşire ya da öğretmen olmak istiyorum. - I want to be a doctor or a nurse or a teacher.

Tom'un annesi Mary'nin yaşadığı caddenin karşısındaki hastanede bir hemşiredir. - Tom's mother is a nurse at the hospital that's across the street from where Mary lives.

{i} hastabakıcı
sütnine
sütana
sütanne
süt vermek
hastabakıcılık yapmak
bakmak
emzirmek
dadı

Bir kız olarak, Elisa oyuncak bebekleriyle dadı oynamayı severdi. - As a girl, Elisa loved to play nurse with her dolls.

(kin/vb.) beslemek
uşak bakıcısı
ilgilenmek
{f} hemşirelik yap
iyileştirmek
{i} bakım

Kör hemşire kendini yaşlıların bakımı için adadı. - The blind nurse devoted herself to caring for the elderly.

{f} meme emmek
bir teşebbüs veya maksadı destekleyen kimse veyanight nurse gece hemşiresi
{f} beslemek
{i} işçi karınca
{f} (hastaya) bakmak
{f} bakılmak
meme verme
wet nurse sütnine
{i} besleme
{f} kafaya takmak
(Tıp) Hastaya veya bebeğe bakmak. Hastanın bakım hizmetlerini görmek
{f} dert etmek
{f} özen göstermek
sütnine/dadı/hemşire
{f} kollarına almak
besle/em/emzir/bak
{f} tedavi etmek
{i} işçi arı
{i} destekçi
{i} bakıcı

O, ona sağlığına geri dönmesi için bakıcılık yaptı. - She nursed him back to health.

(Tıp) nurse
(Askeri) hasta bakıcı
emdirmek
head nurse
başhemşire
nurse a grudge
diş bilemek
nurse a viper in one's bosom
koynunda yılan beslemek
nurse a grudge
kin beslemek
nurse log
hemşire günlüğü
nurse maid
hemşire hizmetçi
nurse practitioner
hemşire uygulayıcısı
nurse-midwife
Ebe hemşire
nursery nurse
fidanlık hemşire
nurse a baby
(bebeğe vb) mama vermek
nurse a grievance
kin beslemek
nurse a grudge
kin beslemek. nursing bottle biberon. nursing home
nurse a grudge
şifa yurdu, huzurevi
nurse a grudge
İng. küçük özel hastane, özel klinik
nurse bee
(Arılık) bakıcı arı
nurse colony
(Arılık) bakıcı koloni
nurse colony
(Arılık) besleyici koloni
nurse cow
(Tarım) emzirici inek
nurse midwives
(Tıp) hemşire ebeler
nurse on call
nöbetçi hemşire
nurse plane
(Askeri) benzin ikmal uçağı
nurse practitioner
(Tıp) pratisyen hemşire
nurse practitioners
(Tıp) hemşirelik çalışanları
nurse safety
hemşire güvenliği
nurse somebody through
hasta bakacılığını yapmak
nurse somebody through
hastayken bakmak
nurse somebody through
hasta bakmak
birthing nurse
Doğum hemşiresi
chief nurse
(Askeri) başhemşire
nurses
hemşireler

Hemşireler yatak yaralarını önlemek için düzenli olarak hastayı çevirdi. - The nurses turned the patient regularly in order to prevent bedsores.

Hemşireler, hasta insanlarla ilgilenirler. - Nurses attend sick people.

nursing
(Fizyoloji) süt verme
nursing
emdirme
dry nurse
dadı
dry nurse
emzirmeyen dadı
graduate nurse
mezun hemşire
head nurse
baş hemşire
licensed practical nurse
ruhsatlı hemşire
nursing
hastabakıcılık
student nurse
öğrenci hemşire
trained nurse
diplomalı hastabakıcı
trained nurse
eğitimli hemşire
visiting nurse
ziyaretçi hemşire
wet nurse
{f} süt annelik yap
auxillary nurse
yardımcı hemşire
charge nurse
servis sorumlu hemşiresi
charge nurse
(Tıp, İlaç) Sorumlu hemşire
cherish, nurse a serpent, viper in one's bosom
koynunda yılan beslemek
geriatric nurse
geriatrik hemşire
home nurse
evde hemşire
paediatric nurse
pediatrik hemşire
practical nurse
pratik hemşire
public health nurse
halk sağlığı hemşiresi
senior nurse
yüksek hemşire
staff nurse
personel hemşire
state enrolled nurse
devlet hemşire alındı
state registered nurse
devlet hemşire kayıtlı
uncertified nurse
uncertified hemşire
wet nurse
sütnine
wet-nurse
Süt annesi
woman who feeds and nurtures; nurse
beslemeleri ve besleyen kadın; hemşire
air force nurse
(Askeri) HAVA HEMŞİRESİ: Hava Kuvvetleri Hemşire Teşkilatına mensup kadın. Hava Hemşireleri Hava Kuvvetleri subaylarınınkine tekabül eden rütbeler taşırlar
air force nurse corps
(Askeri) HAVA KUVVETLERİ HEMŞİRE TEŞKİLATI, HAVA HEMŞİRE TEŞKİLATI: Hava kuvvetlerinin hava hemşirelerinden oluşan kısmı
army nurse
(Askeri) kara kuvvetleri hemşiresi
army nurse
(Askeri) ORDU HEMŞİRESİ: Ordu hemşire sınıfının bir ihtiyat asli teşkili. Bu teşkilat mensuplarına sadece "Nurse" de denirdi
army nurse corps
(Askeri) ORDU HEMŞİRE SINIFI: Ordu Sağlık Teşkilatının bir sınıfı. Bu sınıf hemşirelerden müteşekkildir ve hasta ve yaralılara bakmakla görevlidir
charge nurse
başhemşire
chief nurse
(Askeri) BAŞ HEMŞİRE: Orduya ait bir sağlık tesisinde vazife gören en kıdemli hemşire
clinic nurse
(Tıp) klinik hemşiresi
dental nurse
dişçi(lik) hemşiresi
dry nurse
bakıcı
dry nurse
emzirmeyen bebek bakıcısı
emergency nurse
(Tıp) acil hemşiresi
flight nurse
(Havacılık) uçuş hemşiresi
foster nurse
sütnine
foster nurse
süt dadı
in charge of a nurse
hemşire nezareti altında
night nurse
gece hemşiresi
nursing
bakıcılık
nursing
{i} hemşirelik

Leyla hemşirelik sertifikası aldı. - Layla obtained a nursing certificate.

Leyla güzel bir hemşirelik öğrencisiydi. - Layla was a beautiful nursing student.

nursing
{i} emzirme
nursing
doğum
nursing
{f} hemşirelik yap: prep.hemşirelik yapa
nursing
besle/em/emzir/bak
nursing
{i} bakım

Tom bir bakımevine kondu. - Tom was put in a nursing home.

nursing
(Tıp) Hemşire tarafından hasta bakımı, hemşirelik
put out to nurse
emzirmek
put out to nurse
mama vermek
put out to nurse
bakmak
sick nurse
hastabakıcı
sick nurse
hemşire
specialist nurse
uzman hemşire
surgical nurse
ameliyat hemşiresi
theater nurse
ameliyat hemşiresi
wet nurse
sütana
wet nurse
süt anne
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to care for the sick

She nursed him back to health.

to treat kindly and with extra care

She nursed the rosebush and that season it bloomed.

A person trained to provide care for the sick

The nurse made her rounds through the hospital ward.

A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people’s young

They hired a nurse to care for their young boy.

to breast feed

She believes that nursing her baby will make him strong and healthy.

A wet-nurse
to drink slowly
{n} one who takes care of a child or a sick person
{v} to bring up a child, to feed
When a baby nurses or when its mother nurses it, it feeds by sucking milk from its mother's breast. Most authorities recommend letting the baby nurse whenever it wants. young women nursing babies Young people and nursing mothers are exempted from charges. = suckle see also nursery nurse, nursing, wet nurse
If you nurse an illness or injury, you allow it to get better by resting as much as possible. We're going to go home and nurse our colds
A woman who takes care of other people's young
If you nurse someone, you care for them when they are ill. All the years he was sick my mother had nursed him She rushed home to nurse her daughter back to health
A person with special training in the care of patients with various medical problems As part of the brain-injury team, nurses also have special training and experience in caring for patients with diseases and injuries of the brain and spinal cord
give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
See Cercaria, and Redia
(b) A person, especially a woman, who has the care of the sick or infirm
treat carefully; "He nursed his injured back by liyng in bed several hours every afternoon"; "He nursed the flowers in his garden and fertilized them regularly"
one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician) try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
a woman who is the custodian of children
one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
{i} medical caretaker (especially in a hospital under the supervision of a doctor); caretaker of a baby or young children, nanny
A lieutenant or first officer, who is the real commander when the captain is unfit for his place
A peculiar larva of certain trematodes which produces cercariæ by asexual reproduction
{f} breast-feed; suckle; provide medical care; take care of; work as a nurse; use up slowly; dwell on, harbor (especially of jealousy or anger)
One who, or that which, brings up, rears, causes to grow, trains, fosters, or the like
To caress; to fondle, as a nurse does
One who nourishes; a person who supplies food, tends, or brings up; as: (a) A woman who has the care of young children; especially, one who suckles an infant not her own
If you nurse an emotion or desire, you feel it strongly for a long time. Jane still nurses the pain of rejection He had nursed an ambition to lead his own big orchestra. = harbour
To manage with care and economy, with a view to increase; as, to nurse our national resources
A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill. She had spent 29 years as a nurse Patients were dying because of an acute shortage of nurses
Either one of the nurse sharks
To bring up; to raise, by care, from a weak or invalid condition; to foster; to cherish; applied to plants, animals, and to any object that needs, or thrives by, attention
serve as a nurse; care for sick or handicapped people
To take care of or tend, as a sick person or an invalid; to attend upon
To nourish; to cherish; to foster To nourish at the breast; to suckle; to feed and tend, as an infant
A person licensed by the state to provide health care services, typically under the supervision of a physician A registered nurse is one who has graduated from a state-approved school of nursing, has passed the professional nursing state board examination and has been granted a license to practice in a given state A licensed practical nurse is one who has graduated from a school of practical nursing and has passed the practical nursing state board examination
try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings); "bear a grudge"; "entertain interesting notions"; "harbor a resentment"
means a registered nurse duly registered in the place of jurisdiction where the service is provided
norice
Nurse Ratched
A sadistic, controlling woman, especially a nurse, in a position of authority
nurse practitioner
A professional medical designation recognized in some jurisdictions, denoting an individual who is fully qualified as a nurse and who has additional qualifications and authorization to provide some diagnoses and/or treatments which can otherwise be provided only by a licensed medical doctor
nurse shark
Any of various bottom-dwelling sharks of the family Ginglymostomatidae that have two fleshy barbels hanging from the lower jaw
nurse sharks
plural form of nurse shark
nurse a baby
care for a baby, tend to a baby's needs; breast feed a baby
nurse a grievance
cultivate bitterness, nurture acrimony
nurse log
a large decomposing tree trunk that has fallen, usually in a forest; the decaying wood provides moisture and nutrients for a variety of insects and plants
nurse practitioner
a registered nurse who has received special training and can perform many of the duties of a physician
nurse practitioner
A registered nurse with special training for providing primary health care, including many tasks customarily performed by a physician. a nurse who is trained to do some of the work that is usually done by a doctor
nurse practitioner
(NP) a registered nurse who has additional academic and clinical training, generally at the master's degree level; NPs are licensed by the state in which they practice and are certified by a national professional organization; in some states, NPs are allowed to practice without supervision of a licensed physician and may order products
nurse practitioner
A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) who has advanced education and clinical training in a health care specialty area Nurse Practitioners practice under the rules and regulations of the Nurse Practice Act of the state in which they work Most nurse practitioners are also nationally certified in their specialty area They are recognized as expert health care providers
nurse practitioner
A nurse who has 2 or more years of advanced training and has passed a special exam A nurse practitioner often works with a doctor and can do some of the things a doctor does
nurse practitioner
A nurse specialist who provides primary and/or specialty care to patients In some states nurse practitioners do not have to be supervised by a doctor
nurse practitioner
A registered nurse with special training and qualifications for assessing the physical, psychological and social needs of a patient A typical nurse practitioner administers primary care to patients under the direction of a physician Many states require at least one year of advanced education as well as certification and licensure
nurse practitioner
A registered nurse specially educated and licensed to provide primary and/or specialty care
nurse practitioner
A licensed registered nurse who has completed an approved education course to be a nurse practitioner, is certified or licensed as a nurse practitioner in a given state and has a written practice agreement in effect with an M D A nurse practitioner may diagnose illnesses and physical conditions and perform therapeutic and corrective measures within his/her specialty area of practice The nurse practitioner may also prescribe drugs if certified to do so
nurse practitioner
An advanced practice nurse with special training and an advanced degree in nursing Pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs) may perform examinations, order medications and diagnostic procedures, educate staff and families and provide continuity of care between inpatient and outpatient settings
nurse practitioner
A registered nurse who has advanced skills in the assessment of physical and psychosocial health status of individuals, families, and groups in a variety of settings through medical history taking and physical examinations
nurse shark
Only Atlantic species (Ginglymostoma cirratum) of 25 carpet shark species (family Orectolobidae). Yellow-or gray-brown, sometimes with dark spots, it may grow to over 13 ft (4 m) long. It may attack swimmers, especially when provoked, but is not related to the dangerous gray nurse (Odontaspis arenarius), a sand shark
nurse shark
small bottom-dwelling shark of warm shallow waters on both coasts of North America and South America and from southeast Asia to Australia
nurse-midwife
a registered nurse who has received special training as a midwife
nurse-patient relation
the responsibility of a nurse to act in the best interests of the patient
nursery nurse
A nursery nurse is a person who has been trained to look after very young children. someone who has been trained to look after young children
charge nurse
a male supervisory nurse, the male equivalent of a nursing sister
dry-nurse
A nurse who takes care of a baby, but does not breastfeed

The family found a dry-nurse to take care of the infant.

graduate nurse
Someone who has completed all studies to become a nurse but is not yet certified as one
graduates nurse
plural form of graduate nurse
nit nurse
a nurse who periodically checked schoolchildren's hair for lice, earliest written mention in 1942
nurse.
nursie
nursing
breastfeeding
nursing
Present participle of nurse

The mother sat there nursing her baby.

nursing
Referring to nurses

The nursing staff worked overtime at the hospital.

nursing
In the state of suckling young, lactating

The nursing bear wouldn't move far until her cubs were older.

nursing
The process or profession of caring for patients as a nurse

She went into nursing as a career.

practical nurse
A licensed individual who provides custodial type care such as help in walking, bathing, feeding
wet nurse
To act as a wet nurse (in either sense.)
wet nurse
A woman hired to suckle another woman's child
wet nurse
Someone who treats someone else with excessive care
wet-nurse
Alternative spelling of wet nurse
a nurse
{n} fosterer
a nurse
{n} fosterdam
a nurse
{n} fosternurse
wet-nurse
to give constant and often excessive care to
wet-nurse
1. (noun) a woman employed to suckle another woman's child. 2. (verb) act as a wet nurse to. ▶informal look after (someone) as though they were a helpless infant
wet-nurse
to act as wet nurse to
A nurse
nourish
A nurse
nourice
Sir Paul M. Nurse
born Jan. 25, 1949, Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. British scientist. He earned a Ph.D. from the University of East Anglia in 1973 and was a professor at the University of Oxford from 1987 to 1993. In 1996 he was named director general of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK). In the mid-1970s he conducted research on yeast and discovered the gene that regulates different phases of the cell cycle. He later found the corresponding gene in humans. His work aided in the understanding of cancer cell development. Nurse shared a Nobel Prize with R. Timothy Hunt and Leland H. Hartwell in 2001
army nurse
nurse who serves in the army
certified nurse
nurse who has received a license from a board of certification, licensed nurse
charge nurse
A charge nurse is a nurse who is in charge of a hospital ward. a nurse who is responsible for the work done in one part of a hospital
dental nurse
someone whose job is to help a dentist
district nurse
In Britain, a district nurse is a nurse who goes to people's houses to give them medical treatment and advice. a nurse who visits people in their own homes
dry nurse
a nurse who cares for but does not suckle an infant
dry nurse
nurse who takes care of a baby but does not breast-feed it
dry nurse
A nurse who attends and feeds a child by hand; in distinction from a wet nurse, who suckles it
dry-nurse
take care of an infant without breastfeeding it
foster-nurse
a nurse who raises another woman's child as her own
graduate nurse
someone who has completed the course of study (including hospital practice) at a nurses training school
head nurse
chief nurse, woman in charge of nursing in a medical institution
licensed practical nurse
Performs a variety of non-professional nursing care duties such as assisting in bathing patients, taking temperatures, blood pressure, pulse and respiration Records results on charts Observes patients for reactions to drugs, excessive respiratory rate or any other unusual conditions
licensed practical nurse
a practical nurse trained in nursing techniques and direct patient care, who has completed a course in nursing and who is licensed by New York State to perform patient care
licensed practical nurse
a nurse who has enough training to be licensed by a state to provide routine care for the sick
licensed practical nurse
A nurse who has received a certificate from an approved school of practical nursing In general, a licensed practical nurse does not have the degree of expertise and is not granted the level of responsibility that a registered nurse has (see definition)
licensed vocational nurse
A licensed practical nurse in California or Texas
midwife nurse
nurse who aids women in childbirth
nursed
(of an infant) breast-fed
nurses
Third person singular simple present of to nurse
nurses
Plural of nurse
nursing
Present participle of nurse, suckling young
nursing
the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm nourishing at the breast the profession of a nurse
nursing
the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm
nursing
Supplying or taking nourishment from, or as from, the breast; as, a nursing mother; a nursing infant
nursing
{i} profession of giving medical care as a nurse; act or season of breast feeding
nursing
nourishing at the breast
nursing
Nursing is the profession of looking after people who are ill. She had no aptitude for nursing Does the nursing staff seem to care?. the job or skill of looking after people who are ill, injured, or old. Health-care profession providing physical and emotional care to the sick and disabled and promoting health in all individuals through activities including research, health education, and patient consultation. Nursing gained recognition in the 19th century with the activities of Florence Nightingale. Many nurses have specialties (e.g., psychiatry, critical care). Nurse-practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse-anesthetists, and nurse-midwives undertake tasks traditionally performed by physicians. Nursing degrees go as high as the doctorate, and staff positions include administration. In addition to health-care settings, nurses practice in schools, the military, industry, and private homes. Community (public health) nurses educate the public on topics such as nutrition and disease prevention
nursing
the profession of a nurse
nursing
The profession of caring for patients as a nurse
operating-room nurse
nurse who works in operating rooms
practical nurse
one who treats patients, one who aids the authorized nurse
practical nurse
someone who has been trained and is allowed to do some of the same work as a nurse, but who has less training than a registered nurse
registered nurse
{i} R.N., certified nurse, nurse who has completed comprehensive training and passed a qualifying exam and is licensed by a state authority to practice nursing
registered nurse
a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration
registered nurse
A registered nurse is someone who is qualified to work as a nurse. A graduate trained nurse who has passed a state registration examination and has been licensed to practice nursing. RN someone who has been trained and is officially allowed to work as a nurse
scrub nurse
A specially trained nurse who directly assists a surgeon during an operation
scrub nurse
a nurse who helps a surgeon prepare for surgery
staff nurse
A staff nurse is a hospital nurse whose rank is just below that of a sister or charge nurse. a British hospital nurse whose rank is just below a sister or charge nurse
trained nurse
someone who has completed the course of study (including hospital practice) at a nurses training school
uncertified nurse
nurse who does not have a license
visiting nurse
a nurse who is paid to visit the sick in their homes
visiting nurse
A registered nurse employed by a public health agency or hospital to promote community health and especially to visit and administer treatment to sick people in their homes
visiting nurse
medical assistant which does house visits to the sick
wet nurse
A nurse who suckles a child, especially the child of another woman
wet nurse
Dry nurse
wet nurse
Cf
wet nurse
In former times, a wet nurse was a woman who was paid to breast-feed another woman's baby. a woman paid to give her breast milk to another woman's baby
wet nurse
nurse hired to breast-feed a baby; breast-feed
wet nurse
a woman hired to suckle a child of someone else
wet-nurse
a woman hired to suckle a child of someone else
wet-nurse
to give someone too much care and attention, as if they were a child
wet-nurse
give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Tıp) nurse
Enterostomal Terapy Nurse
(Tıp) (ET) Ostomy yöntemi ile Hastaya bakan bir hemşire. bkz: Ostomy
nurse
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