1 heal or recover; "My broken leg is mending" [syn: mend]
2 get healthy again; "The wound is healing slowly"
3 provide a cure for, make healthy again; "The treatment cured the boy's acne"; "The quack pretended to heal patients but never managed to" [syn: bring around, cure]
- Rhymes with: -iːl
- Chinese: 痊癒/痊愈 (quanyu), 治癒/治愈 (zhiyu), 癒合/愈合 (yuhe)
- Czech: hojit
- Dutch: helen, genezen
- French: guérir, traiter
- German: heilen
- Greek: θεραπεύω
- Italian: guarire
- Japanese: 治す (なおす, naosu), 治る (なおる, naoru), 癒す (いやす, iyasu), 癒える (いえる, iyeru) 治療する (ちりょうする, chiryou-suru), 治癒する (ちゆする, chiyu-suru)
- Russian: излечить (izlechit')
- Spanish: curar
- "De grinstroepen wienen heal soldaat en heal boer." (The ground troops were half soldiers and half farmers.)
- "De flinter fleant fan heal juny ôf oant heal septimber." (The adult butterflies are on the wing from mid-July through mid-September.)
Heal may refer to:
- Healing, the process of repair and regeneration of damaged organic tissue.
- Heal (album), the Sacred Reich album.
- Heal (magazine), a consumer magazine for cancer survivors published by CURE Media Group.
heal in Japanese: ヒール
bandage, bathe, bring around, bring round, care for, cicatrize, close up, cure, diagnose, doctor, flux, give care to, granulate, heal over, improve, knit, massage, mend, minister to, nurse, operate on, patch up, physic, plaster, poultice, pull round, purge, reconcile, recover, recuperate, recure, rejuvenate, remedy, renew, repair, restore, restore to health, revitalize, right itself, rub, scab over, set, settle, splint, strap, treat, work a cure