pediatrician

[pee-dee-uh-trish-uh n, ped-ee-]
Also pe·di·at·rist [pee-dee-a-trist, ped-ee-] /ˌpi diˈæ trɪst, ˌpɛd i-/.

Origin of pediatrician

1900–05; pediatr(ic) + -ician
Can be confusedpediatrician podiatrist
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Contemporary Examples of pediatrician

Historical Examples of pediatrician

  • The author, a pediatrician who experienced the problem in his own family, addresses physicians and parents.

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British Dictionary definitions for pediatrician

pediatrician

noun
  1. the US spelling of paediatrician
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Word Origin and History for pediatrician
n.

1884, from pediatric + -ian.

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pediatrician in Medicine

pediatrician

[pē′dē-ə-trĭshən]
n.
  1. A specialist in pediatrics.
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