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* doctour (obsolete)

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English - Etymology

From Middle English _doctor, doctour_ (“an expert, authority on a subject”), from Anglo-Norman _doctour_, from Latin _doctor_ (“teacher”), from _doceō_ (“I teach”). Displaced native Middle English _lerare_ (“doctor, teacher”) (from Middle English _leren_ (“to teach, instruct”) from Old English _lǣran, lēran_ (“to teach, instruct, guide”), compare Old English _lārēow_ (“teacher, master”)).

From Middle English doctor, doctour (an expert, authority on a subject), from Anglo-Norman doctour, from Latin doctor (teacher), from doceō (I teach). Displaced native Middle English lerare (doctor, teacher) (from Middle English leren (to teach, instruct) from Old English lǣran, lēran (to teach, instruct, guide), compare Old English lārēow (teacher, master)).

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* (UK) IPA(key): /ˈdɒk.tə/ * (US) IPA(key): /ˈdɑk.tɚ/

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈdɒk.tə/
  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈdɑk.tɚ/

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English - Noun

DOCTOR (_plural_ DOCTORS) * A physician; a member of the medical profession; one who is trained and licensed to heal the sick. The final examination and qualification may award a doctor degree in which case the post-nominal letters are D.O., DPM, M.D., DMD, DDS, DPT, DC, in the US or MBBS in the UK. _If you still feel unwell tomorrow, see your DOCTOR._ * Shakespeare By medicine life may be prolonged, yet death / Will seize the DOCTOR too. * A person who has attained a doctorate, such as a Ph.D. or Th.D. or one of many other terminal degrees conferred by a college or university. * A veterinarian; a medical practitioner who treats animals. * A nickname for a person who has special knowledge or talents to manipulate or arrange transactions. * (obsolete) A teacher; one skilled in a profession or a branch of knowledge; a learned man. * Francis Bacon one of the DOCTORS of Italy, Nicholas Macciavel * (dated) Any mechanical contrivance intended to remedy a difficulty or serve some purpose in an exigency. _the DOCTOR of a calico-printing machine, which is a knife to remove superfluous colouring matter_ _the DOCTOR, or auxiliary engine, also called "donkey engine"_ * 2010, Ramesh Bangia, _Dictionary of Information Technology_ (page 172) The use of a disk DOCTOR may be the only way of recovering valuable data following a disk crash. * A fish, the friar skate. USAGE NOTES * DOCTOR is capitalized when used as a title: _Doctor Smith_ SYNONYMS * (physician): doc (informal), family doctor, general practitioner, GP (UK), medic, physician, sawbones (slang), surgeon (_who undertakes surgery_) * (veterinarian): vet, veterinarian, veterinary, veterinary surgeon DERIVED TERMS _See also_ TYPES OF ACADEMIC DOCTOR _below_ TRANSLATIONS RELATED TERMS

doctor (plural doctors)

  1. A physician; a member of the medical profession; one who is trained and licensed to heal the sick. The final examination and qualification may award a doctor degree in which case the post-nominal letters are D.O., DPM, M.D., DMD, DDS, DPT, DC, in the US or MBBS in the UK.
    If you still feel unwell tomorrow, see your doctor.
  2. A person who has attained a doctorate, such as a Ph.D. or Th.D. or one of many other terminal degrees conferred by a college or university.
  3. A veterinarian; a medical practitioner who treats animals.
  4. A nickname for a person who has special knowledge or talents to manipulate or arrange transactions.
  5. (obsolete) A teacher; one skilled in a profession or a branch of knowledge; a learned man.
  6. (dated) Any mechanical contrivance intended to remedy a difficulty or serve some purpose in an exigency.
    the doctor of a calico-printing machine, which is a knife to remove superfluous colouring matter
    the doctor, or auxiliary engine, also called "donkey engine"
  7. A fish, the friar skate.

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DOCTOR (_third-person singular simple present_ DOCTORS, _present participle_ DOCTORING, _simple past and past participle_ DOCTORED) * (transitive) To act as a medical doctor to. _Her children DOCTORED her back to health._ * (transitive) To make (someone) into an (academic) doctor; to confer a doctorate upon. * (transitive) To physically alter (medically or surgically) a living being in order to change growth or behavior. _They DOCTORED their apple trees by vigorous pruning, and now the dwarfed trees are easier to pick._ _We may legally DOCTOR a pet to reduce its libido._ * (transitive) To genetically alter an extant species. _Mendel's discoveries showed how the evolution of a species may be DOCTORED._ * (transitive) To alter or make obscure, as with the intention to deceive, especially a document. _To DOCTOR the signature of an instrument with intent to defraud is an example of forgery._ TRANSLATIONS

doctor (third-person singular simple present doctors, present participle doctoring, simple past and past participle doctored)

  1. (transitive) To act as a medical doctor to.
    Her children doctored her back to health.
  2. (transitive) To make (someone) into an (academic) doctor; to confer a doctorate upon.
  3. (transitive) To physically alter (medically or surgically) a living being in order to change growth or behavior.
    They doctored their apple trees by vigorous pruning, and now the dwarfed trees are easier to pick.
    We may legally doctor a pet to reduce its libido.
  4. (transitive) To genetically alter an extant species.
    Mendel's discoveries showed how the evolution of a species may be doctored.
  5. (transitive) To alter or make obscure, as with the intention to deceive, especially a document.
    To doctor the signature of an instrument with intent to defraud is an example of forgery.

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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - SEE ALSO
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* doctorand * Wikipedia article on doctorates * surgeon

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Asturian - Noun

DOCTOR m (_plural_ DOCTORES) * doctor (person who has attained a doctorate)

doctor m (plural doctores)

  1. doctor (person who has attained a doctorate)

Que a categoria em DUTCH - ETYMOLOGY
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Dutch - Etymology

From Middle Dutch _doctor_, from Latin _doctor_ (“teacher, instructor”).

From Middle Dutch doctor, from Latin doctor (teacher, instructor).

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Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ˈdɔktɔr/, /ˈdɔktər/

  • IPA(key): /ˈdɔktɔr/, /ˈdɔktər/

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Dutch - Noun

DOCTOR m (_plural_ DOCTORS _or_ DOCTOREN, _diminutive_ DOCTORTJE n) * doctor (person who has attained a doctorate) SYNONYMS * dr. RELATED TERMS * doctorandus SEE ALSO * dokter

doctor m (plural doctors or doctoren, diminutive doctortje n)

  1. doctor (person who has attained a doctorate)

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Latin - Etymology

From _doceō_ (“teach”) +‎ _-tor_.

From doceō (teach) +‎ -tor.

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Latin - Pronunciation

* (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈdok.tor/

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Latin - Noun

DOCTOR m (_genitive_ DOCTŌRIS); _third declension_ * teacher, instructor * (Ecclesiastical Latin) catechist DECLENSION Third declension. DERIVED TERMS * doctōrō (Mediaeval) * doctrīna * doctrix RELATED TERMS DESCENDANTS

doctor m (genitive doctōris); third declension

  1. teacher, instructor
  2. (Ecclesiastical Latin) catechist

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Third declension.

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Que a categoria em ROMANIAN - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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Romanian - Alternative Forms

* doftor (popular) * доктор (post-1930s (Moldavian) Cyrillic spelling)

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Romanian - Etymology

From Latin _doctor_ (17th century), French _docteur_ or German _Doktor_

From Latin doctor (17th century), French docteur or German Doktor

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* IPA(key): [ ˈdok.tor ]

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Romanian - Noun

DOCTOR m (_plural_ DOCTORI; _feminine equivalent_ DOCTORĂ) * doctor DECLENSION RELATED TERMS * medic

doctor m (plural doctorifeminine equivalent doctoră)

  1. doctor

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Spanish - Etymology

Borrowing from Latin _doctor_.

Borrowing from Latin doctor.

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Spanish - Noun

DOCTOR m (_plural_ DOCTORES, _feminine_ DOCTORA) * doctor (Ph.D.) * physician SYNONYMS * (physician): médico RELATED TERMS * doctorado * doctorante

doctor m (plural doctores, feminine doctora)

  1. doctor (Ph.D.)
  2. physician

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