Definición de poultice en inglés:

poultice

Saltos de línea: poult|ice
Pronunciación: /ˈpəʊltɪs
 
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sustantivo

  • A soft, moist mass of material, typically consisting of bran, flour, herbs, etc., applied to the body to relieve soreness and inflammation and kept in place with a cloth.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Michael insisted on taking care of that himself, bandaging a poultice of herbs over the injury every morning.
    • He beckoned, then pointed at the poultice, and was relieved when the fledgling crawled over with no sign of either suspicion or fear.
    • Such practitioners, known as curanderos, use herb teas and poultices, traditional exercises, incantations, and magical touching to heal.

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  • Apply a poultice to: he poulticed the wound
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • A Greek myth relates that Achilles used some form of the Yarrow for poulticing the wounds of his soldiers.
    • We're just hoping that poulticing it and hot-tubbing it will do the trick.
    • Mmm, he may have heated some dampened rags by the stove and poulticed them on the clay to render it supple.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin pultes (plural), from puls, pult- 'pottage, pap'.

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