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

The meaning of "Medicine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does How many medicines the drug manufacture had in development mean?
A: It means how many medicines they are working on, or inventing.
Q: What does go down (medicine) mean?
A: It is a very old song lyric "A spoonful of sugar goes down with the medicine" and is not a phrase anyone under about 80 years old would use.
Q: What does I don't take my medicine mean?
A: No tomo mi medicina, es como la respuesta de alguien a quien le preguntan que si toma su medicina
Q: What does Take this medicine and in a few days you'll fell as right as rain mean?
A: It basically means "the medicine will make you feel better in a few days"

"Take the medicine" means to use it (for example, swallow pills, put on lotions, get injections)

"As right as rain" means that things will be in good condition (I think they meant "you'll feel as right as rain")
Q: What does unless otherwise instructed, take this medicine three times daily after meals mean?
A: @Ri-na 意味は。。。

unless otherwise instructed, = if nobody tells you not to
take this medicine three times daily
after meals

"Unless otherwise" is hard to explain. It means "except when something else happens". わかりました?

Example sentences using "Medicine"

Q: Please show me example sentences with medicine.
A: Music is the medicine to sadness.

Please get me some medicine from the pharmacy.

I will study medicine in college.
Q: Please show me example sentences with medicine and medication what’s the difference? .
A: 그들은 둘 다 가끔 같은 말을 한다.
차이점은 당신이 그 단어를 사용하는 방법이다.
Q: Please show me example sentences with medicine.
A: Don't forget to take your medicine, otherwise you won't get better.
Q: Please show me example sentences with medicine & drug (what different?).
A: "I went to the store for medicine"

"I went to Pablo Escobar for drugs"

They are the same thing, drug is used negatively.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ( )this medicine after you eat meal..
A: For the "( )" you could use things like:
Take - most common I think
Swallow - for pills
Drink - for liquid
Apply - for lotion
Consume
Eat
Use
Ingest
Inject

Synonyms of "Medicine" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between medicine and medication and drug ?
A: Medication and Medicine are the same. Both mean a drug that will try to heal you. A drug is everything that has to do with pills, smoking, or injection
Q: What is the difference between medicine and drug and dope ?
A: Drug is a general term that covers both medicine and dope. Drugs can be either legally or illegally purchased.

Medicine is a drug to improve health that can be legally bought at a store or pharmacy. Some medicines must be prescribed by a doctor. Sometime people who are addicted to a
medicine and can't get their doctor to prescribe more will purchase the medicine off the street illegally.

Dope is a slang term for marijuana which is an illegal drug in most states. Some states have approved the purchase of marijuana if prescribed by a doctor.
Q: What is the difference between medicine and pharmaceutical ?
A: Actually, "pharmaceutical" is a very advanced, rare, and academic word. In academic documents it is more common to see "pharmaceutical drugs" or "pharmaceuticals" (when it is used as a noun). "Medicine" is more common and used in both academic and casual speech.
Q: What is the difference between When he felt sick, he took medicine. and He was feeling sick when he took medicine. ?
A: - "He was feeling sick when he took medicine" is more natural~

- "When he felt sick, he took medicine" sounds more like a story~

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Q: What is the difference between I should take medicine and I need to have medicine ?
A: I should take medicine = you have medicine and need to take it

I need to have medicine = you don't have medicine right now and need to go buy it

Translations of "Medicine"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 이 약은 살빼는데 좋아 = "This medicine is good for diet."
Is this correct?
A: This medication is good for losing weight.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)?
I didn't take medicine, so I had a headache.

Is it correct?

A: 如果你的意思是,由于你没吃药,现在你头疼的话,你可以说:

I forgot to take my medicine, now I have a headache.

I didn’t take my medicine, now I have a headache.

如果你指的是在过去的疼痛,那就是现在你头不疼,你就可以说:

I forgot to take my medicine, so I had a headache.

I didn’t take my medicine, so I had a headache.

有些人会说 suffer from 是最正确 ,不过在日常生活中,大多数说母语的人说的是:”I have”, “I had”, “I have got”, “I’ve got”.

希望我的解释对你有帮助。

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 귀걸이 바꿀때 귀 소독하거나 귀 뚫은 곳 소독하는 약
a medicine for disinfecting piercing spots.
A: maybe rubbing alcohol or a cleaning solution?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? But now i take medicine for myself by overwork and chronic inflammation.
A: I assume you would like us to fix the sentence and if that's the case then it would be something like, 'I am on medication for overworking and chronic inflammation.'
Hopefully I was of some help, good luck! ☺️

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? medicine
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Medicine"

Q: This medicine must be stored in a place where children can't access. does this sound natural?
A: It's sound fine but you can also say: "This medicine must be stored somewhere safe so children won't be able to access it." 😄
Q: This medicine works for me, so I bet it should works for you, too. does this sound natural?
A: This medicine works or
worked for me,I bet it should work* for you too

so, is not necessary.
Q: When you take these medicines, please be careful with the dose. does this sound natural?
A: Dosage would be better.
Q: I had already taken medicine, but no effect completely. does this sound natural?
A: "I had already taken some medicine, but it had no effect at all."
"I had already taken the medicine, but it had no effect at all."
Q: Which in these two medicines should I take first? does this sound natural?
A: It should be "Which of these two medicines should I take first?"

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