medico

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noun med·i·co \ ˈme-di-ˌkō \

Definition of medico

plural medicos
:physician 1; also :a medical student

Examples of medico in a Sentence

  1. She proved the medicos wrong by recovering quickly from her injuries.

  2. a woman who is suspicious of all medicos, regardless of their credentials

Origin and Etymology of medico

Italian medico or Spanish médico, both from Latin medicus


Medical Dictionary

medico

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noun med·i·co \ ˈmed-i-ˌkō \

medical Definition of medico

plural medicos
:a medical practitioner :physician; also :a medical student


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