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doctor in English:

1. doctor doctor


Call a doctor!
Is it right for a doctor to decide when someone should die?
My desire to become a doctor grew out of looking after my sickly brother.
Tom was told by his doctor to remain in bed.
When my doctor told me to eat more vegetables, he didn't mean French fries.
A doctor tried to remove the bullet from his back.
I now understand that the woman I thought was a nurse is a doctor.
The doctor said, "There's nothing worse for your health than tobacco."
I don't have to go to the doctor any more. I'm feeling much better.
I haven't been feeling too good lately. "You had better go to a doctor."
We have to look into the disappearance of the doctor.
I'm thinking of going somewhere for a change of air, since my doctor advises me to.
Although he's young, he's an outstanding doctor.
From the moment he arrived there, he kept on bothering his doctor to tell him when he would be able to go home.
Tom doesn't want to be a doctor, although he's very good in science.

English word "doctor"(doctor) occurs in sets:

VOCABULARY 14
Vocabulary 5

2. woman doctor woman doctor



English word "doctor"(woman doctor) occurs in sets:

rzeczowniki- pary

3. a professional who helps you when you are ill or sick a professional who helps you when you are ill or sick



English word "doctor"(a professional who helps you when you are ill or sick) occurs in sets:

Most common nouns 151 - 200

4. diet diet


She's on a diet.
There's little chance of keeping slim, unless you stick to a diet.
My diet is so unhealthy. I eat junk food all the time.
Legislators in the Diet are struggling to find a solution to the problem.
What if you make yourself ill? An unbalanced diet leads to all kinds of sicknesses.
The member of the Diet brought in a bill on political contribution, but it didn't pass.
I feel lethargic when I diet, what should I do?
In the Diet, often a politician or two leave without permission when a question becomes too personal.
It seems that the most important things to be in good condition are a good diet and vigorous exercise.
A diet rich in vegetables, fruit and olive oil is good for you.
The present-day interest in physical education and great enthusiasm for diets, exercising and jogging, dates from the late sixties when Major Kenneth Gordon published his bestseller “Aerobics”.
No matter how much you try, you don't lose even a kilo. You might even gain a little weight. This is the diet plateau.
While welcoming the firming up of the present government policy to abandon the proposal of the reform bill to the Diet, at the same time some are worried that Prime Minister Koizumi won't clearly state the bill's withdrawal.
What? A little soup and celery is all I get? I'm not a Zen monk. I can't survive on an austerity diet like this.
The Japanese Dentists Association affair is an incident concerning secret donations from the Japanese Dentists Association to Diet members belonging to the LDP.

5. engineer engineer


I'm an engineer.
Otto Lilienthal was a German engineer and entrepreneur.
The engineer told us how to use the machine.
The young engineer lacked experience.
Their engineers have made some improvements.
The engineer thought of a new model.
The engineer seeks not so much to know nature as to make use of it.
The chief engineer did research hand in hand with his assistant.
In other words, physical obstacles, perhaps unknown to the original surveyor and engineer, requiring alterations to be made in order to surmount them.
A software engineer writes computer programs.
The engineer does not live. It works.
The seven questions that an engineer has to ask himself are: who, what, when, where, why, how and how much.
The top engineer put the car through a series of rigorous tests.
Rosemary studied hard at university to become an engineer for a company that makes cars.
шесть инженеров|six engineers

6. treats ill treats ill