Definition of dietetic in English:

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dietetic

Pronunciation: /ˌdʌɪəˈtɛtɪk/

adjective

Concerned with diet and nutrition: experienced dietetic advice
More example sentences
  • As dietitians primarily employed in long-term care, our common experience was that our traditional teaching hospital dietetic internships had not prepared us for work in continuing care facilities.
  • This will increase awareness and access to the research of the Canadian nutrition and dietetic community.
  • While dietetic practitioners are in the best position to ask research questions relevant to practice, clinical dietitians have been reluctant to become involved in research.

Derivatives

dietetically

adverb
Example sentences
  • These recommendations were also applied to the dietetically treated patients, as far as possible.
  • They are dietetically well-balanced, easy to digest and promote the well-being of your cat.
  • It contains no sugar and is dietetically sodium free and provides a greater concentration of antacid per teaspoon.

Origin

Mid 16th century (as a noun in the sense 'dietetics'): via Latin from Greek diaitētikos, from diaita 'a way of life'.

Words that rhyme with dietetic

aesthetic (US esthetic), alphabetic, anaesthetic (US anesthetic), antithetic, apathetic, apologetic, arithmetic, ascetic, athletic, balletic, bathetic, cosmetic, cybernetic, diabetic, diuretic, electromagnetic, emetic, energetic, exegetic, frenetic, genetic, Helvetic, hermetic, homiletic, kinetic, magnetic, metic, mimetic, parenthetic, pathetic, peripatetic, phonetic, photosynthetic, poetic, prophetic, prothetic, psychokinetic, splenetic, sympathetic, syncretic, syndetic, synthetic, telekinetic, theoretic, zetetic

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