Examples of medico in a Sentence
She proved the medicos wrong by recovering quickly from her injuries.
a woman who is suspicious of all medicos, regardless of their credentials
Origin and Etymology of medico
First Known Use: 1689See Words from the same year
Synonymscroaker [slang], doc, medic, doctor, physician, sawbones [slang]
Related Wordsfamily doctor, family physician, family practitioner, general practitioner; anesthesiologist, dermatologist, gynecologist, internist, neurologist, ob-gyn, obstetrician, ophthalmologist, orthopedist, pathologist, pediatrician (also pediatrist), physiatrist, podiatrist, radiologist, urologist; attending, clinician, hospitalist; specialist; plastic surgeon, surgeon; intern (also interne), resident; aidman, nurse, nurse-practitioner; EMT, paramedic (also paramedical); physical therapist, physiotherapist
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