In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(wound/cut) curarhe tried to heal the rift within the party — intentó cerrar la brecha que había en el partido
- Pulses of ultrasound are also sometimes used as a treatment for conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and to heal fractures and wounds.
- But when I was bitten, while picking some herbs to heal a sick friend, they made me one of their Elders.
- Although he does not prescribe medicines, he plays a significant and positive role in healing sick people.
- The Jesus who heals the sick people is by no means described as someone who fulfils a pre-established programme.
- She also developed a skill for healing people by using flowers and herbs.
- It restored a downed Warrior to a minimum level of health and energy, and healed any physical injuries.
- The disciples aren't able to heal a lad who is suffering from what sounds like epileptic seizures.
- But I say to you, there is no Democratic or Republican way to heal a sick child.
- She was severely wounded and he couldn't heal her with what little training he had had.
- She begs Jesus to heal her daughter, but it sounds as if he doesn't have time for her.
- We have time to rest and recover and heal our injuries.
- She gently ran her hand over the injury, using her power to heal the wound.
- There was no harm in trying to heal a sick man who wanted to get better.
- It will probably take a while for him to recover his strength and heal his wounds.
- We now have six days to rest, recover and heal the injuries.
- The Guru helped to heal many sick people, naturally coming in contact with so many people every day, the Guru was also infected and taken seriously ill.
- What a patient weighs on a scale does not adequately represent his or her health or ability to heal a wound.
- We believe that recovery is a process that heals the whole person therefore, we take a holistic approach to treatment.
- He healed another sick woman and brought one back to life.
- He soon gained a reputation as a man who could heal sick people.
2formalcurarto heal sb ( of sth) — curar a algn ( de algo)
- she was healed of her illness — sanó de su enfermedad
1(wound/cut) cicatrizar(cut/wound) cerrarse
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