noun, plural med·i·cos. Informal.
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"The medico would not have me for a son-in-law, he hates Spaniards," said Don Ciriaco.
The medico held my chin in the usual way, and examined my throat.
The medico was alone, seated in his arm-chair, buried apparently in deep thought, a shaded lamp burning on the table at his elbow.
Would you mind staying with him for a minute while I send a hand across to the settlement for the medico?The Marriage of Esther|Guy Boothby
No one came immediately, but after some little delay the medico himself opened the door, and admitted me.