treat po angielsku

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n. delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat
v. relate to, deal with; process; care for a patient; give a treat; pay for, pick up the check (e.g.: "Let's take a break, I will treat you for lunch")

Przykładowe zdania

“Have you been ill-treated?” asked Mr Obadiah.
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Dr Brisbane was a senior doctor in the largest hospital in Liberia, where he helped treat victims of haemorrhagic fever.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Calpurnia treated me nicely enough but there was always a distance between us.
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I was treated; none of my wounds were serious. At twenty-two, one can recover from anything.
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The forces for the African Union Peacekeeping Mission (MISCA) in the Central African Republic (CAR) will now treat anti- Balaka militias as ‘enemies’.
(Source: Voice of America)
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South Africa already has two reactors at the Koeberg nuclear power station, while the waste is treated at the Vaalputs facility.
(Source: Voice of America)
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As a tent keeper he had treated me fairly.
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He had always been pampered and treated with tenderness; he had never heard a harsh word or even an impolite one.
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He had treated me only with kindness.
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the latter, having begun to mingle in their games, was immediately done over by these little robbers, who treated her without mercy.
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Synonimy

1. prescribe: dose, minister, doctor, attend, nurse
2. entertainment: banquet, feast, fete, gift
3. consider: regard, approach, look upon, deal with, act toward, behave toward
4. deal with: handle, bargain, negotiate, come to terms, deal, serve, settle
5. entertain: amuse, indulge, regale, feast



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