- vt. 给…服药；治愈
- n. 医学；药品（特指泻药）
- physic (n.)
- c. 1300, fysike, "art of healing, medical science," also "natural science" (c. 1300), from Old French fisike "natural science, art of healing" (12c.) and directly from Latin physica (fem. singular of physicus) "study of nature," from Greek physike (episteme) "(knowledge) of nature," from fem. of physikos "pertaining to nature," from physis "nature," from phyein "to bring forth, produce, make to grow" (related to phyton "growth, plant," phyle "tribe, race," phyma "a growth, tumor") from PIE root *bheue- "to be exist, grow" (see be). Spelling with ph- attested from late 14c. (see ph). As a noun, "medicine that acts as a laxative," 1610s. The verb meaning "to dose with medicine" is attested from late 14c.
- 1. Temperance is the best physic.
- 2. As her husband was past all the assistance of physic, so in reality she required none.
- 对她丈夫来说任何医药都无能为力了, 所以她实际上任何医药也不需要了.
- 3. He is as bad as the wrong physic - nasty to take, and sure to disagree.
- 他一切都糟透了,象一帖开错的药,吃了有害, 非 遭殃不可.
- 4. Chinese traditional medicine is treasure of Chinese traditional physic.
- 5. An ague in the spring is physic for a king.
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