|attention, concern; caution; supervision, management, attentive treatment of somebody, be concerned, be concerned with -; look out for -, watch over -; like, be fond of -, careful attention||care|
|(British) informal but regular gathering of preschool children under supervision||play group|
|(British) paramedic, person trained to provide emergency medical treatment||ambulanceman|
|(Chemistry) yellowish or brownish resin derived from pine oleoresin or wood (commonly used in varnishes, ink and as a treatment for the bow of some musical instruments), rosin||colophony|
|(Chemistry) yellowish or brownish resin derived from the oleoresin or wood of pine trees (commonly used in varnishes, inks, and as a treatment for the bow of some musical instruments), hard resin, rub with rosin, treat with rosin, treat something with ...||rosin|
|(in database management) key word used to identify sort and unite data records, describing thing||descriptor|
|(Medicine) any of several compounds which stimulate the pancreatic islet cells to produce insulin (used as a treatment for some forms of diabetes), hypoglycemic drug||sulfonylurea|
|(Medicine) insertion of a tube into an organ; treatment through the insertion of a tube into an organ||intubation|
|(Medicine) sterile extract from cultures of the tubercle bacillus used in the diagnosis of the disease tuberculosis (and formerly in its treatment), liquid obtained from bacterium||tuberculin|
|(Medicine) treatment of heart disease with digitalis (heart stimulant); result of treatment with digitalis||digitalization|
|(Nautical) any of the two late watch periods on a ship (first from 4 to 6 p.m., the second from 6 to 8 p.m.); any night shift (Informal), watch period on ship||dogwatch|
|(Pharmacology) synthetic white crystalline compound used in the treatment of various diseases (i.e. glaucoma, myasthenia, etc.), drug used for myasthenia||neostigmine|
|(Psychiatry) one who undergoes psychoanalysis (type of psychological treatment), somebody being analyzed||analysand|
|(Slang) advertising ploy; device, gadget; trick, scheme, dishonest trick, hidden disadvantage, something attention-grabbing||gimmick|
|(Slang) careful person, cautious person; miser, stingy person, cautious gambler, petty person||piker|
|A discipline concerned with determining value and making decisions. The finance function allocates resources, including the acquiring, investing, and managing resources.||Finance|
|A lack of equivalence between two things, such as the unequal tax treatment of interest expense and dividend payments.||Asymmetry|
|A nickname for the Washington public power supply system which in the 1970s raised billions of dollars through municipal bondofferings, but because of bad management, the projects which the offerings were to finance did not materialize and Whoops defau...||Whoops|
|a trademark for an iron, nickel, and carbon alloy that is used for making watch springs||Invar|
|ability of embryo to grow normally, according to the rules, government order with force of law, officially approved for use, regulating of something, rule or order, statute, law; act of controlling, management, direction; state of being controlled, sta...||regulation|
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