a resident physician in a hospital, hotel, or other public institution.
a house officer working in a medical as opposed to a surgical discipline Compare house surgeon
a physician who lives in a hospital or other institution in which he is employed Compare resident (sense 7)
house physician n.
[hous-dres] /ˈhaʊsˌdrɛs/ noun 1. a relatively simple and inexpensive suitable for housework.
[houzd] /haʊzd/ noun, Carpentry. 1. a string of a stair (housed stair) receiving the ends of the risers or treads in a series of housings.
- House factor
noun 1. a Scot term for estate agent
[hous-fah-th er] /ˈhaʊsˌfɑ ðər/ noun 1. a man responsible for a group of young people, as students, living in a dormitory, hostel, etc. /ˈhaʊsˌfɑːðə/ noun 1. a man in charge of the welfare of a particular group of children in an institution such as a children’s home or approved school