|treat as inferior||look down on; look down upon|
|(Chemistry) crystalline chemical substance (used as an insecticide and in medications), compound killing intestinal worms and insects, drug used to treat schizophrenia||phenothiazine|
|(Chemistry) treat with a sulfuric acid; add a sulfonic group into an organic compound, salt or ester of a sulfonic acid (Chemistry), sulfonic acid salt or ester, treat with sulfuric acid||sulfonate|
|(Chemistry) treat with a sulphuric acid; add a sulphonic group into an organic compound, salt or ester of a sulphonic acid (Chemistry)||sulphonate|
|(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|
|(Medicine) glucoside derived from the leaves of some plants (used to treat capillary disorders)||rutin|
|(Medicine) hormone that is produced in the thyroid gland and serves to regulate blood calcium levels (given as a medication to treat hypercalcemia), calcium-controlling hormone, thyrocalcitonin||calcitonin|
|(Medicine) place a tube into an organ; treat by placing a tube into an organ, insert tube in somebody, insert tube in windpipe||intubate|
|(Pharmacology) antibiotic substance used to treat infections (especially eye and skin infections), antibiotic for treating bacterial infections||neomycin|
|(Vulgar Slang) lousy, rotten, of inferior quality; unpleasant, disagreeable; miserable, bad, wretched||shitty|
|a medicine, drug; cathartic, diarrhetic, laxative, physics, pick-me-up, profession of medicine, provide medicine, administer drugs; act as a laxative, function as a diarrhetic, purge something, treat somebody or something||physic|
|a trademark for a drug used to treat tuberculosis||INH|
|a trademark for an enzyme-inhibiting drug, sildenafil citrate, that is used to treat impotence in men, revolutionary drug for strengthening penile erection in men||Viagra|
|a trademark for the long-acting benzodiazepine drug chlordiazepoxide, used to treat anxiety, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and sometimes insomnia||Librium|
|abuse somebody or something, treat improperly||mistreat|
|acidify, make or become acid; (Petroleum) treat oil-bearing limestone with acid for the purpose of increasing production||acidize|
|act of assigning to an inferior position, demotion; banishment, exile||relegation|
|act of crushing, injuring by treading over, act of stepping on heavily and repeatedly, tread heavily or noisily, tread underfoot, tread on something, treat somebody arrogantly||trample|
|act of paying for somebody else, deal with something in a particular way, delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat, discuss a topic, entertainment paid for by somebody else, negotiate...||treat|
|act of subordinating; state of being inferior to, state of being secondary in importance; subjugation, state of being under the authority of another, relegation to a secondary position, status of subordinate clause||subordination|
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