ointments

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İngilizce - Türkçe
merhem
ointment
merhem

Tom yaraya merhem sürüyor. - Tom is applying ointment to his wound.

Sivrisinek sokmalarından kaşınıyorum. Herhangi bir merhemin var mı? - I'm itching from mosquito bites. Do you have any ointment?

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melhem
ointment
(Tıp) onitment
ointment
yağ
ointment
(Tıp) Merhem. (Bakınız: A glossary of chemistry)
ointment
(isim) merhem
ointment
sulfur ointment uyuz merhemi
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of ointment
waterless lipids or mixtures of lipids (i e mineral or vegetable oils, paraffins, mineral greases, etc )
Petroleum jelly, wax, or lanolin, used as a base or medium for salves applied externally
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a thick viscous preparation for application to the skin, often containing medication
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a fatty preparation with a butter-like consistency in which a medicinal substance exists
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{n} a kind of salve to anoint with
Ointment
oinement
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{i} soft spreadable mixture that is often medicated and is used to sooth the skin, balmy medicated cream
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If you describe someone or something as a fly in the ointment, you think they spoil a situation and prevent it being as successful as you had hoped. Rachel seems to be the one fly in the ointment of Caroline's smooth life. a soft cream that you rub into your skin, especially as a medical treatment fly in the ointment fly (5) (oignement, from unguentum, from unguere; UNGUENT)
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a substance that is the consistency of butter, petroleum jelly, lip balm, flying ointment, etc (unguent)
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An ointment contains only fats or oils, but no water; it does not blend with the skin but forms a separate layer over it *1 Ointments are semisolid preparations for external application to the body Melting point is a factor here In general, ointments refer to a preparation with an oleaginous(fatty) base, such as lard, vaseline, lanolin, etc *3
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semisolid preparation (usually containing a medicine) applied externally as a remedy or for soothing an irritation
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That which serves to anoint; any soft unctuous substance used for smearing or anointing; an unguent
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An ointment is a smooth thick substance that is put on sore skin or a wound to help it heal. A range of ointments and creams is available for the treatment of eczema He received ointment for his flaking skin
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Money From the fable De la Vieille qui Oint la Palme au Chevalier (thirteenth century) “Volebant autem praefati clerici aliquem haberë legatum natio'në Romanum, que unguentis Anglicis, auro scilicet et argento solent ad quaelibet inclinari ”- Gervais de Canterbury: Chronicle; Scriptores decem ii , 1533
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toiletry consisting of any of various substances resembling cream that have a soothing and moisturizing effect when applied to the skin
ointment
Money From the fable De la Vieille qui Oint la Palme au Chevalier (thirteenth century) “Volebant autem praefati clerici aliquem haberë legatum natio'në Romanum, que unguentis Anglicis, auro scilicet et argento solent ad quaelibet inclinari ”- Gervais de Canterbury: Chronicle; Scriptores decem ii , 1533
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A semisolid, oil-based preparation that contains a medication for topical application
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Type of dermatological vehicle that has an oil base giving it lubricating properties It is often used to treat dry skin
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    [ 'oint-m&nt ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, alteration of oignement, from Old French, ultimately from Latin unguentum, from unguere to anoint; akin to Old High German ancho butter, Sanskrit anakti he salves.

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