1. Spiritual charge; care; Pastoral charge of a parish
2. Recovery or relief from a disease; something (as a drug or treatment) that cures a disease; a course or period of treatment; spa
3. A complete or permanent solution or remedy
4. A process or method of curing
Method of preserving meat by soaking it in salt (sodium chloride) solution, with saltpeter (sodium nitrate) added to give the meat its pink color and characteristic taste. The nitrates in cured meats are converted to nitrites and nitrosamines by bacteria, and these are potentially carcinogenic to humans.
1. Any uninterrupted stream or discharge.
2. The act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression; SYN. stream.
3. The amount of fluid that flows in a given time; SYN. flow rate, rate of flow.
4. The motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases); SYN. flowing.
Travel of liquids or gases in response to a force (i.e. pressure or gravity).
1. The art or practice of healing disease; the practice or profession of medicine
2. A medicinal agent or preparation; especially; purgative
ETYM Cf. French traitement. Related to Treat.
1. A manner of dealing with something artistically.
2. Care by procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury.
3. The management of someone or something; or; SYN. handling.