con·tra·in·di·cate || ‚kɒntrə'ɪndɪkeɪt v. give a contradictory order

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  • Contraindicate — Con tra*in* di*cate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Contraindicated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Contraindicating}.] (Med.) To indicate, as by a symptom, some method of treatment contrary to that which the general tenor of the case would seem to require; especially …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • contraindicate — index discourage Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • contraindicate — 1660s, from CONTRA (Cf. contra ) + INDICATE (Cf. indicate). Related: Contraindicated; contraindication (1620s) …   Etymology dictionary

  • contraindicate — [kän΄trə in′di kāt΄] vt. contraindicated, contraindicating Med. to make (the indicated, or expected, treatment or drug) inadvisable contraindication n. contraindicative [kän΄trəin dik′ə tiv] adj …   English World dictionary

  • contraindicate — transitive verb Date: 1666 to make (a treatment or procedure) inadvisable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • contraindicate — contraindicant /kon treuh in di keuhnt/, n. contraindication, n. /kon treuh in di kayt /, v.t., contraindicated, contraindicating. Med. (of a symptom or condition) to give indication against the advisability of (a particular or usual remedy or… …   Universalium

  • contraindicate — verb To make inadvisable; to warn against a specific medicine or treatment …   Wiktionary

  • contraindicate — con·tra·in·di·cate .kän trə in də .kāt vt, cat·ed; cat·ing to make (a treatment or procedure) inadvisable …   Medical dictionary

  • contraindicate — verb Medicine (of a condition or circumstance) suggest or indicate that (a particular technique or drug) should not be used. Derivatives contraindication noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • contraindicate — con·tra·indicate …   English syllables

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