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cure British & World English

Relieve (a person or animal) of the symptoms of a disease or condition

curé British & World English

A parish priest in a French-speaking country

cure English Thesaurus

Casey had been cured, but he needed to convalesce

cure-all British & World English

A medicine or other remedy that will supposedly cure any ailment

dry-cure British & World English

Cure (meat or fish) with salt rather than in liquid

flue-cure British & World English

Cure (tobacco) using heat from pipes or flues connected to a furnace

rest cure British & World English

A period spent in inactivity or leisure with the intention of improving one’s physical or mental health

nature cure British & World English

Another term for naturopathy.

water cure British & World English

A session of treatment by hydropathy

talking cure British & World English

A method of treating psychological disorders or emotional difficulties that involves talking to a therapist or counsellor, in either individual or group sessions

kill or cure British & World English

(Of a remedy for a problem) likely to either work well or fail catastrophically, with no possibility of partial success

prevention is better than cure British & World English

It’s easier to stop something happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened

kill or cure in kill1 British & World English

(Of a remedy for a problem) likely to either work well or fail catastrophically, with no possibility of partial success

prevention is better than cure in prevention British & World English

It’s easier to stop something happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened

prevention is better than cure or US an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure in prevention British & World English

It’s easier to stop something happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened