[uh-nes-thi-tahyz or, esp. British, uh-nees-]
Also especially British, an·aes·the·tise.
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You were anaesthetized and some ray machine was used to heal the shoulder.
They seemed to have been anaesthetized by the general shock.Catastrophe and Social Change
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As very strong currents are required for this latter, the patient has first to be anaesthetized by a general anaesthetic.
anaesthetise or US anesthetize
- (tr) to render insensible to pain by administering an anaesthetic
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