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来自拉丁语 therapia,治疗，来自希腊语 therapeuein,治疗，处理，来自 therapon,侍者，辅助者， 照料者。词义演变比较 cure,curator.
- therapy:  Greek théraps denoted an ‘attendant’. From it was derived the verb therapeúein ‘attend, administer treatment to’, which itself produced two further derivatives: therapeíā ‘treatment’, which gave English therapy, and therapeutés ‘person who administers treatment’, source of the adjective therapeutikós, from which English gets therapeutic .
- therapy (n.)
- 1846, "medical treatment of disease," from Modern Latin therapia, from Greek therapeia "curing, healing, service done to the sick; a waiting on, service," from therapeuein "to cure, treat medically," literally "attend, do service, take care of" (see therapeutic).
- 1. Family therapy showed us how to communicate with each other.
- 2. There's nothing better than a bit of retail therapy.
- 3. In therapy, she began to let go of her obsession with Mike.
- 4. Mention sex therapy and most people will titter in embarrassment.
- 5. The hotel's new Spa offers every kind of rejuvenating treatment and therapy.
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