18:59 Sep 13, 2000
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Japanese term or phrase: iryoujyuujisha
iryou ni jyuuji shiteiru hito

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na +1individuals in medical-related fields
namedical personnel
Keiko (X)



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individuals in medical-related fields

Don't have much time, but the simple explanation would be people like x-ray technicians, lab techs, and other assorted jobs that are not actually doctors or surgeons but that support medical treatment. Another possibility is "in the health profession" or in "health-related fields." They all mean the same thing. Try using with a specific word search.

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agree  Timothy Takemoto
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medical personnel

People working in the medical field.

Keiko (X)
PRO pts in pair: 4

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