Translation of prescribe in Spanish:


recetar, v.

Pronunciation /prəˈskraɪb/ /prɪˈskrʌɪb/

See Spanish definition of recetar

transitive verb

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    (drug/glasses) recetar
    (rest) recomendar
    she prescribed antibiotics for his ear infection le recetó antibióticos para la infección en el oído
    • the prescribed dose la dosis prescrita / recomendada
    • Afterward, your doctor may prescribe preventive medicine to help you control your headaches without having to rely so heavily on pain remedies.
    • Medical schools no longer taught complementary and alternative medicine, so doctors didn't prescribe those treatments.
    • Your doctor may prescribe medicines if you have a pacemaker and your heart rate is too fast.
    • Because the causes of dermatitis are sometimes difficult to pinpoint, a doctor may prescribe various treatments.
    • Perhaps you're afraid that sharing this information with your doctor may result in your doctor not prescribing medicines to you when you need them.
    • While waiting for the hole to close, your child's doctor may prescribe medicines, many of which some children also need to take after surgery.
    • Your doctor can also prescribe medicine if it's needed.
    • Your doctor may prescribe a medicine for depression or anxiety.
    • Your doctor will prescribe a medicine that is safe for you and the baby.
    • If your child feels nausea, the doctor can also prescribe a medicine for that.
    • The proposed regulations would have veterinary surgeons prescribing all medicines, including preventative drugs.
    • The doctor prescribes treatment to a patient, with self administration supervised by the nurse.
    • The patient presented symptoms and the doctor prescribed treatment.
    • If necessary, your child's doctor may prescribe medicines to relieve symptoms.
    • In some cases, your doctor may prescribe medicine to help your child breathe easier.
    • Traditional doctors practice acupuncture and prescribe herbal medicine for the prevention and treatment of illness.
    • My blood and urine were tested and the doctors did not prescribe any medicine but advised me to avoid salt.
    • For patients with special dietary needs, the physician prescribes medical nutrition therapy using liquid formulas, dietary supplements, and vitamin therapy.
    • Why shouldn't nurses prescribe medicines or order x-rays?
    • Over the years, many doctors have prescribed medicines to prevent them, but none has worked.
  • 2 formal

    (order, require)
    prescribir formal
    prescribed reading libros de lectura obligatoria
    • In particular, it must be a source of some concern that the 1981 Act prescribes no real procedures or mechanisms under which a decision to order the slaughter of animals takes place.
    • The Code of Practice also indicates the form that managers reviews should take, although it does not prescribe specific procedures.
    • It details the statutory duties of various public functionaries while prescribing the procedures to be adopted for the timely collection and preservation of vital pieces of evidence.
    • This is the hazard of cutting corners and disregarding procedures prescribed by law.
    • No one shall be deprived of his liberty save in the following cases and in accordance with the procedure prescribed by law.
    • The policy should also prescribe the procedures to be followed in such a case.
    • The legislature not only commands the purse, but prescribes the rules by which the duties and rights of every citizen are to be regulated.
    • Such authorization may prescribe procedures for approval and payment of such expenses.
    • The structured, prescribed way of life and philosophy makes the group experience all the more intense.
    • Kruger said legislation governing the ostrich industry prescribed this method of culling.
    • ‘We can't prescribe that way of thinking,’ Andrew says emphatically.
    • It does not prescribe any one method but provides a framework to help a business find the best way for achieving success.
    • In these countries there is greater emphasis on a clear set of rules prescribing actions and methods to deal with uncertain and ambiguous situations.
    • One way in which a court may legitimately regulate its processes is by prescribing a procedure to be conducted entirely in writing.
    • As a first step the Government should prescribe certain rules to be practised by every pupil.
    • In prescribing the ways to celebrate the happy day, Islam has adopted another unique approach.
    • We then have to move to a position whereby there are regulations or rules prescribing forms.
    • It prescribes a way of life and a set of rituals to be enacted by its followers.
    • In addition, the testing of surface water is prescribed by the European Union.
    • As a breeder, I recommend and prescribe the diet I prefer using for my own dogs and that has worked best for me.
    • Mr. Joseph will inspect plants, prescribe fertilizers and pesticides and suggest measures to revitalise them.
    • I prescribed herbs for her - milk thistle and dandelion - and the levels of toxins in her liver came down.
    • Under no circumstances are they ever allowed (no matter how much they believe in the product) to prescribe booze as a cure for heartache.
    • She also prescribes beer and wine for certain conditions as well.
    • He prescribed a strict diet that required Jim to avoid foods like milk, bread, and pasta.
    • Snyder prescribed either petrol or a mixture of ground black coffee, salt and saliva.
    • For thousands of years herbalists have been using and prescribing herbs both singly as well as in complex formulas usually in the form of tea.
    • It is a place to perhaps meet with an herbalist who will analyze your pulse and your forehead and prescribe foods and herbs to restore your interior balance.
    • He answered the question in large part by prescribing a diet of the noblest foods to be eaten before the child is conceived.

intransitive verb

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