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chiropody

[ ki-rop-uh-dee, kahy- or, often, shuh- ]
/ kɪˈrɒp ə di, kaɪ- or, often, ʃə- /
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noun
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Origin of chiropody

1885–90; chiro- + -pody;see -pod, -y3
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British Dictionary definitions for chiropody

chiropody
/ (kɪˈrɒpədɪ) /

noun
the treatment of the feet, esp the treatment of corns, verrucas, etc

Derived forms of chiropody

chiropodist, nounchiropodial (ˌkaɪrəʊˈpəʊdɪəl), adjective
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Medical definitions for chiropody

chiropody
[ kĭ-rŏpə-dē, shĭ- ]

n.
podiatry
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