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【完全保存版】英語 名詞フラッシュカード(Medical Care)医療の単語 Answer Key

こちらは「Medical Care」のAnswer Keyです。英語のまま捉えられるように、なるべく日本語訳を抜いています。

また、フラッシュカードを使う前に、こちらの「使い方」をお読み下さい。

インプットできたら、フラッシュカードへどうぞ。

Answer Key

歩行補助

crutch(es)【krʌtʃ】


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:one of two long sticks that you put under your arms to help you walk after you have injured your leg or foot
▶️通常、2つ一緒に使うので、複数形です。

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cane【keɪn】


:a piece of cane or a thin stick, used to help somebody to walk

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wheelchair 【ˈwiːltʃer


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:a special chair with wheels, used by people who cannot walk because of illness, an accident, etc.
▶️「wheelchair」は空間と捉えるので、「sit in…」と「in」を使います。

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pedometer【pɪˈdɑːmɪtər】


:an instrument for measuring how far you have walked
歩数計

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救急アイテム、薬など

first aid kit【ˌfɜːrst ˈeɪd kɪt】


:a special bag or box containing bandages and medicines to treat people who are injured or become ill suddenly
救急箱

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Band-Aid【ˈbænd eɪd】


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:material that can be stuck to the skin to protect a small wound or cut; a piece of this
▶️商品名で通ります。

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(surgical) mask【(ˈsɜːrdʒɪkl) mæsk】


:something that you wear over your face to hide it, or to frighten or entertain other people
▶️「mask」でも通じますが、覆面なども含まれます。「surgical」を付ければ、これしかない感じになります。その他、「face mask」などとも言います。

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hand sanitizer【hænd ˈsænɪtaɪzər】


:a liquid for washing your hands in order to get rid of harmful bacteriafrom them
手に掛ける消毒液

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bandage【ˈbændɪdʒ】


:a long narrow piece of cloth used for tying around a part of the body that has been hurt in order to protect or support it

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gauze【ɡɔːz】


:a type of thin cotton cloth used for covering and protecting wounds

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cast【kæst】


:a case made of plaster of Paris that covers a broken bone and protects it
▶️「ギプス」はオランダ語で「石膏」の意味です。英語では「cast」で⚠️

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sling【slɪŋ】


:a band of cloth that is tied around a person’s neck and used to support a broken or injured arm

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cold compress【kəʊld ˈkɒmpres】


:a small thick piece of material that you put on part of someone’s body to stop blood flowing out or to make it less painful
湿布

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ice pack【ˈaɪs pæk】


:a plastic container filled with ice that is used to cool parts of the body that are injured, etc.

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nasal spray【ˈneɪzl spreɪ】


nasal
:connected with the nose
▶️鼻用のスプレー

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eye drops【aɪ drɑːps】


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:special liquid which you put into your eyes because they are sore or dry, or as a medical treatment

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ointment【ˈɔɪntmənt】


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:a smooth substance that you rub on your skin to make a wound or painful place get better or stop hurting
軟膏、薬用クリーム

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cold medicine【kəʊld ˈmedɪsn】


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:a substance that you take in order to cure an illness, especially a liquid that you drink or swallow
風邪薬

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pill【pɪl】


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:a small flat round piece of medicine that you swallow whole, without biting it
錠剤、丸薬
▶️「medicine」は、液体なども含みます。薬の総称。

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器具

humidifier【hjuːˈmɪdɪfaɪər】


:a machine used for making the air in a room less dry
加湿器

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dehumidifier【ˌdiːhjuːˈmɪdɪfaɪər】


:an electrical machine for removing water from the air
除湿機

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air purification【er ˌpjʊrɪfɪˈkeɪʃn】


:a device which removes contaminants from the air in a room to improve indoor air quality
空気清浄機

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thermometer【θərˈmɑːmɪtər】


:an instrument used for measuring the temperature of the air, a person’s body, etc.
体温計

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contact lense(s)【ˈkɑːntækt lenz】


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:a small round piece of thin plastic that you put on your eye to help you see better
▶️通常「複数形」で使います。

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hearing aid【ˈhɪrɪŋ eɪd】


:a small device that fits inside the ear and makes sounds louder, used by people who cannot hear well
補聴器

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sign language【ˈsaɪn læŋɡwɪdʒ】


:a system of communicating using hand movements rather than spoken words, as used by people who cannot hear
▶️ピース「サイン」も「sign」です

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病院

patient【ˈpeɪʃnt】


:a person who is receiving medical treatment, especially in a hospital
患者さん

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health insurance card【helθ ɪnˈʃʊrəns kɑːrd】


保険証

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stethoscope【ˈsteθəskəʊp】


:an instrument that a doctor uses to listen to somebody’s heart and breathing

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syringe【sɪˈrɪndʒ】


:a plastic or glass tube with a long hollow needle that is used for putting drugs, etc. into a person’s body or for taking a small amount of blood from a person
▶️口語では「needle」で呼ばれています。

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IV【ˌaɪ ˈviː】


:medical equipment that is used to put liquid directly into your blood

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X-ray【ˈeks reɪ】


:a type of radiation that can pass through solid objects and make it possible to see inside or through them
▶️「レントゲン」とは言いません。それは発明者のドイツ人のお名前になります。

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ambulance 【ˈæmbjələns


:a vehicle with special equipment, used for taking sick or injured people to a hospital

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paramedic 【ˌpærəˈmedɪk


:a person whose job is to provide emergency medical care to sick or injured people who are being taken to a hospital
救急医療隊員

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デンタルケア

dentures【ˈdentʃəz】


:a set of artificial teeth worn by someone who does not have their own teeth any longer
▶️「false teeth」とも言います。

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braces【breɪsiz】


:a metal device that people, especially children, wear inside the mouth to help their teeth grow straight
歯列矯正器

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cavity【ˈkævəti】


:a hole in a tooth
虫歯

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フラッシュカードに挑戦

絵を見て、英語が出てくる状態になったら、フラッシュカードに挑戦です。

  1. 絵と一緒に、発音を聞いて、何度も声に出して覚える
  2. ある程度言えるようになったら、フラッシュカードにチャレンジ。
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