Entry from US English dictionary
noun (plural nurses' aides)
A person who assists professional nurses in a hospital or other medical facility by performing routine tasks, such a making beds and serving meals, that require little or no formal training.
- I used to work as a nurse's aide at the local hospital in the long-term facility and I used to say that there were too many cancers.
- At any given moment, there are 14 distinct levels of medical staff, from nurse's aides to attending physicians with years of experience.
- At that time the hospital was desperately seeking nurse's aides.
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Syllabification: nurse's aide
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