Word: ward

Category: ward

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Synonyms: ward

room, department, unit, area, wing, district, constituency, division, quarter, zone, parish, dependent, charge, protégé, cellblock, hospital ward

Translations: ward

spanish
cuadra, sala, pupila, pupilo


german
schutzbefohlener, station, wahlbezirk, krankensaal, gewahrsam, ...

french
protection, salle, pupille, sauvegarde, garde, ...

italian
pupillo, pupilla

portuguese
enfermaria, Ward, ala, da ala, custódia

dutch
afdeling, ziekenzaal, curatele, pupil, Ward

russian
район, попечительство, подопечный, лицо, палата, ...

norwegian
vern

swedish
vårdavdelning, församling, avdelningen, församlingen

finnish
torjua, vartija, vuodeosasto, kaupunginosa

danish
Ward, menighed, menigheden, afdelingen, menighedens

czech
chránit, opatrování, obvod, sál, poručnictví, ...

polish
straż, wychowanek, cela, podopieczny, dzielnica, ...

hungarian
gyámság, gyámolt

turkish
koğuş, koğuşu, muhtarlık

greek
θάλαμος

ukrainian
співання

albanian
lagje, lagjes, të lagjes, reparti, reparti i

bulgarian
опека, болнично отделение, повереник, Уорд, отделение

belarusian
падапечны

estonian
sirin, lõõritamine

croatian
odbiti, štićenik, tutorstvo

icelandic
deild, deildin, deildar, aðir, deildinni

lithuanian
globotinis, palata, Ward, rajonas, palatos

latvian
aizbilstamais, nodaļa, palāta, kamera, atsist

macedonian
оддел, одделението, одделение, одделение за, одделот

romanian
cartier, secție, episcopie, episcopiei, sectie

slovenian
oddelek, oddelku, varovanec, Wardom

slovak
oddelenie

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The meaning and "use of": ward

noun
  • a separate room in a hospital, typically one allocated to a particular type of patient.
  • an administrative division of a city or borough that typically elects and is represented by a councilor or councilors.
  • a person, usually a minor, under the care and control of a guardian appointed by their parents or a court.
  • the action of keeping a lookout for danger.
  • an area of ground enclosed by the encircling walls of a fortress or castle.
  • a defensive position or motion.

verb
  • guard; protect.
  • admit (a patient) to a hospital ward.

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