Czech Chapter 13 Vocab -1

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Czech Republic Quizzes & Trivia

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  • 1. 

    Little hook

    The given correct answer "háček" is the Czech translation for "little hook". In Czech language, "háček" refers to a diacritic mark used in the language to modify the pronunciation of certain letters. This diacritic mark looks like a small hook or a v-shaped symbol placed above a letter. Therefore, "háček" is the appropriate translation for "little hook" in the context of Czech language and diacritic marks.

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    The given correct answer for the question is "formulář". This is because "formulář" is the Czech translation of the English word "form". In Czech, "formulář" refers to a document or a web page that allows users to input information or submit requests. Therefore, "formulář" is the appropriate translation for "form" in this context.

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    The word "pediatrician" refers to a medical doctor who specializes in the care and treatment of children. The term "dětský lékař" is the Czech translation of "pediatrician." Therefore, the correct answer is "dětský lékař" as it accurately translates the term into Czech.

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    Little circle

    The given correct answer, "kroužek," is a Czech word that translates to "little circle" in English. This suggests that the word "kroužek" is the equivalent term for "little circle" in the Czech language.

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    Medication, remedy

    The word "lék" is a translation of the English words "medication" and "remedy". In this context, "lék" refers to a substance or treatment that is used to cure or alleviate a medical condition. It is the correct answer because it accurately represents the meaning of the given English words in the context of medicine and healthcare.

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    General practitioner

    A general practitioner is a medical doctor who provides primary healthcare to patients. They are often the first point of contact for individuals seeking medical advice or treatment for non-emergency conditions. In Czech, a general practitioner is referred to as "praktický lékař". This term accurately describes the role and responsibilities of a general practitioner in the Czech healthcare system.

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    Prescription, receipt

    The word "recept" in Czech means "prescription" in English. Similarly, the word "předpis" in Czech also means "prescription" in English. Therefore, both "recept" and "předpis" can be used to refer to a written document issued by a medical professional that authorizes the dispensing of medication to a patient.

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    Study year

    The word "ročník" is the translation of "study year" in the Czech language. In Czech, "ročník" refers to a specific year or level of study in an educational program. Therefore, "ročník" is the correct answer to the question.

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    State, country

    The correct answer is "stát" because it is the translation of the word "state" in the given language.

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    The correct answer is "údaj" because it is the translation of the word "data" in Slovak language.

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