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medico

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nurses, doctors, etc
medicomed‧i‧co /ˈmedɪkəʊ $ -koʊ/ noun (plural medicos) [countable]  informalMN a medic
Examples from the Corpus
medicoDuring the six minutes before medics arrived, co-workers revived his heart rhythm with the help of the defibrillator, Wiley said.Obvious examples include inventors, medics and military men.Part of the mess were 2 dead medics who were sleeping on cots in the building.Pearson acknowledged that the new racial science could do little without the hearty co-operation of medics.The medics however, are reported to believe he will be fine for bench duty tomorrow.The lanky, 6-foot-4-inch captain coordinates the moves with military police, engineers, medics and rescue crews.The less fortunate were the severely wounded who were being placed on the grass with two medics to attend to their wounds.Two medics arrived and carried him off to the First Aid Post.
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