We may think that of all the maladies that can be visited upon the human body, death itself would be the easiest to diagnose.
With The Talk, if you could diagnose the show, what would you say is working best, and what do you think needs work?
“He has been diagnose [sic] with bipolar, but he refuses to take his medicine,” she wrote.
When Smith was asked how he could diagnose Obama, he admitted he is not a psychologist and was just speculating.
When she needed to diagnose the bites, there was Google Images, a search that was "disgusting but necessary."
There are not many diseases left that they are unable to diagnose.
I tried to diagnose her symptoms, but they were too complicated and contradictory.
Nationalist politicians, of course, diagnose the situation very differently.
I will also diagnose your case, and advise you free of charge.
A smear is to diagnose the cause of the infection, the cause of the discharge, to see what type of bacteria was present.
diagnose di·ag·nose (dī'əg-nōs', -nōz')
v. di·ag·nosed, di·ag·nos·ing, di·ag·nos·es
To make a diagnosis.