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medic
American English: /ˈmɛdɪk/
British English: /ˈmɛdɪk/

Translation of medic in Spanish:

noun

[colloquial]
  • 1.1 (physician)
    médico, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Equally, though no-one would begrudge mature students retraining as medics, it is fanciful to suppose that they alone can make up the shortfall.
    • After decades of isolation, Iraq's 32 000 doctors and medics need to update their knowledge.
    • They are arresting medics and ambulance drivers, including foreign volunteer medical workers.
    1.2 (student)
    estudiante (masculine and feminine) de medicina
    1.3paramedic
    Example sentences
    • Smathers, who grew up with six sisters, said he was inspired to serve in the military by his father, who was an Army medic in World War II.
    • In 1956, he was drafted by the Army Medical Corp. to serve overseas as a medic at a clinic in Germany.
    • Burnham is a medic in the Army's 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Wash.

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    In Spain, a geographical, social, and culturally homogeneous region, with a clear natural or administrative demarcation is called a comarca. Comarcas are normally smaller than regiones. They are often famous for some reason, for example Ampurdán (Catalonia) for its wines, or La Mancha (Castile) for its cheeses.