Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cure"

The meaning of "Cure" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Cure mean?
A: like healing something
Q: What does Cure (v) mean?
Q: What does Cure (v) (it's a false friends or cognate) mean?
A: A false friend or false cognate is a word in one language that is the same as or similar to a word in another language but which has a different meaning. See for example here: http://spanishcognates.org/blog/top-20-false-cognates-esl-students

Synonyms of "Cure" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Cure and Treatment ?
A: Cure means the disease is gone. The treatment is the method, hopefully that leads to a cure.
Q: What is the difference between Cure and Healing ?
A: sooo to cure someone is to treat someone like you are injured and I gave you a medicine to cure your wound but healing is when you are given medicine and you are getting better or even without medicine like when you get a cut if you don't do anything it will just stop bleeding natural and after some days if will stop hurting sooo that healing
Q: What is the difference between Cure and Treat ?
A: Cure: To rid of a disease/illness
Example: She was cured of her flu after a few days of medication.
Treat: To keep a disease/illness in control
Example: Although HIV has no cure, it can be treated with the help of medication.
Q: What is the difference between Cure and Heal and Recover ?
A: They can all be used interchangeably in US English, but if you were to use them by definition then you'd use then as follows:

cure is used for illnesses and sicknesses

Heal is used for cuts and injuries

Recover is used for describing rest or sleep.

Translations of "Cure"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Cure dent
A: Toothpick

Other questions about "Cure"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Cure.
A: American English is the first or second depending on where you’re from in the US.
Q: Cure and heal
A: The difference is cure is mostly used about a desiese, heal is about physical damage usually.
Q: Cure my sickness! does this sound natural?
A: That sounds very natural but if you wanted to make it a question, or make it sound more polite I would say “can you cure my sickness” or “please cure my sickness”

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