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massage in Hospital topic

massagemassage2 verb [transitive]  1 HBHMHto press and rub someone’s body with your hands, to help them relax or to reduce pain in their muscles Alex massaged Helena’s aching back.massage something into something Gently massage the lotion into your skin.2 CHANGE/MAKE something DIFFERENTto change official numbers or information in order to make them seem better than they are – used to show disapproval syn cook the books Myers accused the government of deliberately massaging the unemployment figures.3 massage somebody’s ego→ See Verb table
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massageWe have become expert in the physiognomy of pleasure, the nodes to press, the points to massage.Allow the water to cascade down up-stretched arms while you massage elbows and upper arms.Try using a smaller amount, massaging it between your fingers before applying hair to ensure that it's evenly distributed.He held his swagger-stick in his left hand and massaged it with his right.Or: Youngest Daughter, massage my temples.Helen leaned over and massaged the back of her neck.Speech writers were busy massaging the facts to be presented.I reached up to massage the sinews and tendons of her back.I took off my shoes and rested my feet on her thighs as she massaged them.Sometimes my father would explain how you should never massage to the heart.