- A plaster or poultice.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Pliny says, in so many words, that the cerates and cataplasms, plasters, collyria, and antidotes, so abundant in his time, as in more recent days, were mere tricks to make money.
- Some cataplasms were composed of barley flour in the form of paste after being well warmed.
- The thin aqueous cataplasm retains a moisture-protecting effect on the skin and provides comfortable feeling in its use.
Middle English: from Old French cataplasme or late Latin cataplasma, from Greek kataplasma, from kataplassein 'plaster over'.
Más definiciones de cataplasmDefinición de cataplasm en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.