Euthanasia

Euthanasia (from εὐθανασία; `good death`: εὖ, eu; `well` or `good` – θάνατος, thanatos; `death`) refers to the practice of intentionally ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering. There are different euthanasia laws in each country. The British House of Lords Select Committee on Medical Ethics defines eutha...
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euthanasia

(u″thә-na´zhә) an easy or painless death. the deliberate ending of life of a person suffering from an incurable disease, including the withholding extraordinary means or “heroic measures,” and thus allowing the patient to die. A distinction was traditionally made between posit...
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euthanasia

[n] - the act of killing someone painlessly (especially someone suffering from an incurable illness)
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Euthanasia

• (n.) An easy death; a mode of dying to be desired.
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euthanasia

mercy killing noun the act of killing someone painlessly (especially someone suffering from an incurable illness)
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euthanasia

[Noun] Painlessly killing a dying person so that they stop suffering.
Example: Some people feel that euthanasia should be legal.
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Euthanasia

Eu`tha·na'si·a noun [ New Latin , from Greek ...; ... well + ... death, ..., ..., to die: confer French euthanasie .] An easy death; a mode of dying to be desired. 'An euthanasia of all thought.' Hazlitt. « The kindest wish of my friends is euthanasia A...
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Euthanasia

A humane death that is quick, effective and minimizes stress and suffering.
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Euthanasia

A process of killing animals because they are very ill, injured or contribute to pet overpopulation - the latter is a good reason to have your female cat spayed as early as possible.
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euthanasia

act or practice of painlessly putting to death persons suffering from painful and incurable disease or incapacitating physical disorder. Because ... [9 related articles]
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euthanasia

An easy or painless death, or the intentional ending of the life of a person suffering from an incurable or painful disease at his or her request. Also called mercy killing.
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Euthanasia

Bringing about the death of a person who is terminally ill and, usually, suffering. Sometimes called mercy killing.
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euthanasia

easy and painless death 
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euthanasia

euthanasia (yOO"thunā'zhu) , either painlessly putting to death or failing to prevent death from natural causes in cases of terminal illness or irreversible coma. The term comes from the Greek expression for “good death.” Technological advances in medicine have made it poss...
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euthanasia

euthanasia 1. A quiet, painless death. 2. The deliberate ending of life in individuals with an incurable and painful disease. Ethical considerations are still being actively debated. One difficulty is determining the criteria by which the physician, or society, determines that the time has come to end the patient's life.
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Euthanasia

Euthanasia is  helping to end the life of someone who wants to die, often because they have an incurable disease. This is illegal in the UK and most countries.
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Euthanasia

Euthanasia:The word 'euthanasia' comes straight out of the Greek -- 'eu', goodly or well + 'thanatos', death = the good death -- and for 18th-century writers in England that was what euthanasia meant, a 'good' death, a welcome way to depart quietly and well from life. The most commonly understood meaning of euthanasia today is more than the old dic...
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EUTHANASIA

Humane killing; putting to sleep
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Euthanasia

Humanely ending a cat
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Euthanasia

Humanely ending a life, ie: putting your cat to sleep.
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euthanasia

In medicine, `mercy killing` of someone with a severe and incurable condition or illness. Euthanasia is a highly controversial issue on medical and ethical grounds. A patient's right to refuse...
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euthanasia

In medicine, `mercy killing` of someone with a severe and incurable condition or illness. Euthanasia is a highly controversial issue on medical and ethical grounds. A patient's right to refuse life-prolonging treatment is recognized in several countries. In November 2000, the Netherlands became the first country to legalize euthan...
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Euthanasia

It is painless killing of a person or animal suffering from an incurable disease.
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Euthanasia

painlessly ending the life of a patient with an incurable disease who requests to die
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euthanasia

putting down an animal.
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