n. 治疗; 对待; 处理
Treatment is medical attention given to a sick or injured person or animal.
Many patients are not getting the medical treatment they need.
…a veterinary surgeon who specialises in the treatment of cage birds.
Your treatment of someone is the way you behave towards them or deal with them.
We don't want any special treatment...
Ginny's initial rage at his treatment of Chris had simmered down to resentment.
Treatment of something involves putting a particular substance onto or into it, in order to clean it, to protect it, or to give it special properties.
There should be greater treatment of sewage before it is discharged...
As with all oily hair treatments, shampoo needs to be applied first.
If you say that someone is given the full treatment, you mean either that they are treated extremely well or that they are treated extremely severely.
If you've got friends or family coming to stay, make it really special by giving them the full treatment...
She'll be interrogated, jailed, interrogated again, get what's usually known as the full treatment.
1. care by procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury
2. the management of someone or something;
3. a manner of dealing with something artistically;
4. an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic;
He kicked against [ at ] the cruel treatment.
Their cruel treatment of prisoners was abominable.
The best treatment is antibiotics, preferably by injection.
The same water was reused after chemical treatment.
The dentist took out two of my teeth and asked me to come back again to have further treatment.