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herbal

Saltos de línea: herb¦al
Pronunciación: /ˈhəːb(ə)l
 
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Definición de herbal en inglés:

adjetivo

Relating to or made from herbs, especially those used in cooking and medicine: herbal remedies
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some traditional medical practitioners use herbal medicines and set broken bones.
  • Do no take this herb or other herbal remedies without first speaking to your health provider.
  • Trials of many Chinese herbal medicines for the treatment of HIV infection and cancer are currently under way.

sustantivo

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A book that describes herbs and their culinary and medicinal properties.
Example sentences
  • Varro E. Tyler became dismayed by the proliferation of ‘inaccurate and deceptive information’ and wrote the first edition of The Honest Herbal in 1982 for the general public.
  • Hitherto, evidence of the crops grown in medieval times has come from the analysis of charred and waterlogged remains from excavations, occasional herbarium specimens, descriptions in herbals and botanical inference.
  • Modern herbals give it no medicinal value, but traditionally it was valued for healing wounds.

Origen

early 16th century (as a noun): from medieval Latin herbalis (adjective), from Latin herba 'grass, herb'.

Derivados

herbally

1
adverbio
Example sentences
  • All menstrual irregularities should be treated herbally for at least three months to accommodate the alternating between the right and left ovary.
  • While the 1999 introduction of Ben & Jerry's herbally-enhanced Smoothies line was reportedly less than successful, the company has not given up on good-for-you products.
  • Further, we argued that the species that comprised an herbally based ethnomedical system must be commonly known, widely available, and easily accessible if such a system is to continue to function effectively.

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