an act or manner of treating.
action or behavior toward a person, animal, etc.
management in the application of medicines, surgery, etc.
literary or artistic handling, especially with reference to style.
subjection to some agent or action.
Movies, Television. a preliminary outline of a film or teleplay laying out the key scenes, characters, and locales.
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regimen, medication, prescription, analysis, remedy, cure, therapy, medicine, surgery, operation, hospitalization, management, employment, practice, strategy, conduct, approach, method, procedure, healing
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Origin of treatment
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the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc, to a patient or to a disease or symptom
the manner of handling or dealing with a person or thing, as in a literary or artistic work
the act, practice, or manner of treating
films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc
the treatment slang the usual manner of dealing with a particular type of person (esp in the phrase give someone the (full) treatment)
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Administration or application of remedies to a patient or for a disease or an injury; medicinal or surgical management; therapy.
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see red carpet (treatment).
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