Complete Definition of "anesthetic"

English

Alternative spellings
anaesthetic

Etymology
From Greek anaisthetos insensible.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËænÉsËθÉtɪk/, SAMPA|/%{[email protected]"TEtIk?/

Noun
anesthetic (plural: anesthetics)

  1. A substance utilized by professional anesthesia providers such as anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists to reduce the pain of a patient and/or to render the patient unconscious.

Translations
Croatian: t-|hr|anestetik|m
Japanese: 麻é (masui); 麻éè¬ (masuiyaku)

Related terms
freezing

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