verb (used with object), diagnosed, diagnosing.
to determine the identity of (a disease, illness, etc.) by a medical examination:
The doctor diagnosed the illness as influenza.
to ascertain the cause or nature of (a disorder, malfunction, problem, etc.) from the symptoms:
The mechanic diagnosed the trouble that caused the engine knock.
to classify or determine on the basis of scientific examination.
verb (used without object), diagnosed, diagnosing.
to make a diagnosis.
to determine or distinguish by diagnosis
(transitive) to examine (a person or thing), as for a disease
diagnose di·ag·nose (dī’əg-nōs’, -nōz’)
v. di·ag·nosed, di·ag·nos·ing, di·ag·nos·es
To make a diagnosis.
noun 1. conversation between two or more persons. 2. the conversation between characters in a novel, drama, etc. 3. an exchange of ideas or opinions on a particular issue, especially a political or religious issue, with a view to reaching an amicable agreement or settlement. 4. a literary work in the form of a conversation: […]
verb (used with or without object), underdid, underdone, underdoing. 1. to do less or in a lesser fashion than is usual or requisite.
noun 1. an open, relatively shallow container of pottery, glass, metal, wood, etc., used for various purposes, especially for holding or serving food. 2. any container used at table: dirty dishes. 3. the food served or contained in a dish: The meal consisted of several dishes. 4. a particular article, type, or preparation of food: […]
noun 1. a marking off or distinguishing as different: His distinction of sounds is excellent. 2. the recognizing or noting of differences; discrimination: to make a distinction between right and wrong. 3. a discrimination made between things as different; special regard or favoritism: Death comes to all without distinction. 4. condition of being different; difference: […]