Definition of medical student in English:

medical student

noun

  • A person who is studying medicine at a university.

    ‘more than one in seven medical students had a parent who was a doctor’
    • ‘A third year medical student at Northwestern University supervised the clinic.’
    • ‘Years later, then a young medical student, Dr Gordon assisted at surgery at the hospital with the help of his mother.’
    • ‘An Oxford medical student has described his desperate efforts to rescue a drowning man from the River Thames.’
    • ‘Results from one study showed that twice as many female as male medical students plan to practice in socioeconomically deprived areas.’
    • ‘I teach medical students and supervise orthopedic residents.’
    • ‘The group consisted of two consultants, two fellows, three residents, and ten medical students.’
    • ‘I have known the professor since I was a medical student at the University.’
    • ‘"Contact dermatitis," said my sister, a medical student.’
    • ‘After two years as a medical student in Edinburgh he earned a BA degree at Cambridge University in 1831.’
    • ‘I had been in Kenya as a medical student.’
    • ‘As a medical student in Lahore, I wished I had my own ophthalmoscope but could not afford one.’
    • ‘The study found that smoking among medical students has decreased significantly in the past 10 years.’