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1. treat [ v ] interact in a certain way
Examples: "Do right by her" "Treat him with caution, please" "Handle the press reporters gently"

Used in print:

(Edward E. Kelly, S.J., "Christian Unity in England"...)

In_any_case , I have always been treated with the utmost courtesy by Englishmen , even in Devonshire and Cornwall , where anti Catholic feeling has supposedly existed the strongest and longest .

(Organic Gardening and Farming,...)

Treat them right and they 'll make a showing every_month in the year except the frigid ones .

(Douglas Ashford, "Elections in Morocco: Progress...)

The tendency to treat elections as an instrument of self-interest rather_than an instrument of national interest had two important effects on electoral planning in Morocco .

(Ross E. McKinney and Howard Edde, "Aerated...)

Efforts were made to take the grab_samples at random periods so that the mass of data could be treated as a 6 - hr composite sample .

(Christopher Davis, First Family....)

Virginia treated him with_attention and tried to tempt his appetite with special food : biscuits , cookies , candies - the result of devoted hours in the tiled kitchen .

Synonyms treat handle do_by Related Terms interact ignore use mock mistreat gloss_over pamper wrong do_justice ride_roughshod handle_with_kid_gloves criminalize brutalize rough-house upstage strong-arm nurse cover

2. treat [ v ] subject to a process or treatment, with the aim of readying for some purpose, improving, or remedying a condition
Examples: "process cheese" "process hair" "treat the water so it can be drunk" "treat the lawn with chemicals" "treat an oil spill"

Used in print:

(Jacob Robbins et al., "The thyroid-stimulating...)

The finding that the concentration of one of these proteases is increased in thyroid_glands from TSH treated animals suggests that this protease may be active in_vivo .

(A. N. Nagaraj and L. M. Black, "Localization of...)

In attempting to improve specificity of staining , the fluorescein labeled antisera used in both direct and indirect methods were treated in one of several ways : ( 1 ) They were passed_through Dowex-2-chloride twice and treated with acetone insoluble powders ( Coons , 1958 ) prepared from mouse liver or from healthy sweet_clover stems or crown_gall tissue produced by Agrobacterium_tumefaciens ( E._F._Smith + Townsend ) Conn , on sweet_clover stems .

In attempting to improve specificity of staining , the fluorescein labeled antisera used in both direct and indirect methods were treated in one of several ways : ( 1 ) They were passed_through Dowex-2-chloride twice and treated with acetone insoluble powders ( Coons , 1958 ) prepared from mouse liver or from healthy sweet_clover stems or crown_gall tissue produced by Agrobacterium_tumefaciens ( E._F._Smith + Townsend ) Conn , on sweet_clover stems .

( 3 ) In other experiments the indirect conjugate was treated with 3 volumes of ethyl_acetate as recommended by Dineen and Ade ( 1957 ) .

After drying the sections under the fan , fixing in acetone , and drying at 37 ` as in the indirect method , the sections were treated with conjugated * * f or * * f ( undiluted unless mentioned otherwise ) for 5 - 30_minutes .

Synonyms process treat Related Terms affect run dose digest sulphur irradiate nitrate propagate creosote chlorinate tank fluoridate carbonate camphorate reverberate refine malt oxygenate winnow carboxylate vulcanize chrome bituminize scald agenize curry bromate seed beneficiate ammoniate mercerize iodize fumigate air-condition nitrify treatment processing

3. treat [ v ] provide treatment for
Examples: "The doctor treated my broken leg" "The nurses cared for the bomb victims" "The patient must be treated right away or she will die" "Treat the infection with antibiotics"

Used in print:

(Jack Kaplan, "The Health Machine Menace: Therapy by...)

Leaving Lee 's office , Mrs._Shaefer hurried over to her family physician , who treated her for burned tissue .

Mr._A. , her fellow townsman , also experienced a nervous_breakdown just as_soon_as he discovered that he had been bilked of his life savings by the limited practitioner who had been treating his wife - a woman suffering from an incurable disease , multiple_sclerosis - and himself .

And there was the case of Tom_Hepker , a machinist , who was referred by a friend to a health machine quack who treated him with a so-called diagnostic machine for what Doctor_Fraud said was a system full of arsenic and strychnine .

Synonyms treat care_for Related Terms nurse bleed remedy massage doctor cauterize administer shock insufflate cup detoxify splint dress vet analyze operate_on purge correct iodise irrigate pack manipulate hyperventilate dress medicate treatment

4. treat [ v ] deal with verbally or in some form of artistic expression
Examples: "This book deals with incest" "The course covered all of Western Civilization" "The new book treats the history of China"

Used in print:

(St. Louis Post-Dispatch,...)

Nobody can deny the right of former Chief_Executives to take_part in politics , but the American people expect them always to remember the obligations of national leadership and to treat issues with a sense_of_responsibility .

(The Nation, 193: 16...)

Not_only , as we know , did Chou_En-lai publicly treat Khrushchev 's attack on Albania as `` something that we cannot consider as a serious Marxist-Leninist approach '' to the problem ( i. e. , as something thoroughly dictatorial and `` undemocratic '' ) , but the Albanian leaders went out of their way to be openly abusive to Khrushchev , calling him a liar , a bully , and_so_on .

(Frank Murphy, "New Southern Fiction: Urban or Ag...)

Where are the writers to treat these changes ?

Synonyms deal cover treat handle plow work address Related Terms broach discourse spiel theologise embrace discussion

5. treat [ v ] provide with a gift or entertainment
Examples: "Grandmother always treated us to the circus" "I like to treat myself to a day at a spa when I am depressed"

Used in print:

(The Philadelphia Inquirer,...)

Guests will be treated to Gulf_Coast scenic effects .

(Alfred Wright, "A Duel Golfers Will Never Forget"...)

On the final round at Pensacola , the luck of the draw paired Palmer and Player in the same threesome and , although it was far from obvious at_the_time , the gallery was treated to the first chapter of_what promises to be one of the_most exciting duels in sport for a long_time to come .

(The Christian Science Monitor,...)

The concerto 's soloist , Hans_Richter-Haaser , played with compensatory ease and economy , though without the consummate plasticity to_which we had been treated on the previous evening by Herr_Riefling .

Synonyms treat Related Terms give regale

6. treat [ v ] regard or consider in a specific way
Examples: "I treated his advances as a joke"

Synonyms treat Related Terms react

7. treat [ n ] an occurrence that cause special pleasure or delight

Synonyms treat Related Terms happening

8. treat [ v ] engage in negotiations in order to reach an agreement
Examples: "they had to treat with the King"

Synonyms treat Related Terms negociate negociate negotiator

9. treat [ v ] provide with choice or abundant food or drink
Examples: "Don't worry about the expensive wine--I'm treating" "She treated her houseguests with good food every night"

Synonyms regale treat Related Terms provide feed wine alcoholize dainty

10. Treat [ n ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 4953

Synonyms Treat

11. treat [ n ] something considered choice to eat

Synonyms delicacy kickshaw goody treat dainty Related Terms nutriment gelatin choice_morsel sweet ambrosia savory marrow regale

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