Prescribe

Pre·scribe' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Prescribed ; p. pr & verbal noun Prescribing .] [ Latin praescribere , praescriptum ; prae before + scriebe to write. See Scribe .] 1.
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prescribe

1. To lay down authoritatively as a guide, direction, or rule of action; to impose as a peremptory order; to dictate; to appoint; to direct. To influence by long use ... 2. <pharmacology> To direct, as a remedy to be used by a patient; as, the doctor prescribed. To write or to give medical directions; to indicate remedies; as, to prescribe fo...
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prescribe

dictate verb issue commands or orders for
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Prescribe

• (v. i.) To give directions; to dictate. • (v. i.) To claim by prescription; to claim a title to a thing on the ground of immemorial use and enjoyment, that is, by a custom having the force of law. • (v. t.) To lay down authoritatively as a guide, direction, or rule of action; to impose as a peremptory order; to dictate; to appoint;...
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prescribe

prescribe 1. To direct a patient to follow a particular course of treatment; specifically, to use a particular drug at set times and in specified dosages. 2. To write first or beforehand; also, to write with foreknowledge; to predict in writing; to describe beforehand. 3. To write or lay down as a rule or direction to be followed; to appoint, ordai...
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prescribe

Type: Term Pronunciation: prē-skrīb′ Definitions: 1. To give directions, either orally or in writing, for the preparation and administration of a remedy to be used in the treatment of any disease.
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