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health /helθ/ noun [uncountable]

تندرستی ، بهبودی ، سلامت ، مزاج ، حال ، روانشناسی: بهداشت
پزشکی: سلامت ، بهداشت ، تندرستی‌

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- wellbeing, fitness, good condition, healthiness, robustness, soundness, strength, vigour
- condition, constitution, fettle, shape, state
Antonyms: disease, infirmity
Contrasted words: debility, decrepitude, feebleness, ill health, illness, sickliness
Related Words: stamina, vitality, well-being, euphoria

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

health S1 W1 /helθ/ noun [uncountable]
[Word Family: noun: health, healthiness; adverb: healthilyunhealthily; adjective: healthyunhealthy]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hælth, from hal; whole1]

1. the general condition of your body and how healthy you are:
I’m worried about my husband’s health.

2. the work of providing medical services to keep people healthy:
The government has promised to spend more on health and education.
health insurance
nurses and other health workerspublic health

3. when you have no illness or disease:
Even if you haven’t got much money, at least you’ve got your health.
When we last met, he was glowing with health (=was clearly very healthy).

4. how successful something such as a business, an organization, or a country’s economy is:
The monthly trade figures are seen as an indicator of the health of the economy.
a clean bill of health at clean1(13)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. excellent, full, good, perfect | bad, declining, delicate, failing, fragile, frail, ill, poor He had to retire due to ill health.
general, mental, physical, sexual | environmental, occupational environmental health officers
public The poisoned food has been removed from the shops and there is no threat to public health.
VERB + HEALTH enjoy, have She's never really enjoyed good health.
look after, maintain You need to maintain your physical and mental health.
improve ways to improve the nation's general health
promote a programme to promote better health in the workplace
recover, regain | nurse sb back to She was nursed back to full health.
damage, harm, ruin, undermine | risk
HEALTH + VERB improve Her health gradually improved.
deteriorate, fail, worsen His health began to fail under the heavy pressures of the job.
HEALTH + NOUN care How is primary health care best delivered?
authority, board the district/local/regional health authority
issue, needs, problem | hazard, risk | education | centre a community health centre
insurance private health insurance
food health food stores
professional, visitor, worker Your doctor, midwife or health visitor will advise.
warning The air quality was so bad that the government issued a health warning.
PHRASES bad/good for your health Smoking is bad for your health.
health and safety health and safety at work
(not) in the best of health, in good/poor health He felt in much better health.
sb's state of health He is unable to travel far because of his state of health.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


Physical exercise is essential to good health.
At the age of 70, her health is excellent.
He wanted to join the army but his health was too poor.
ill health
He retired early due to ill health.
failing health (=when someone is becoming more ill)
Despite failing health, he travelled to Australia to visit his son.
mental health
Poverty affects children's physical and mental health.
physical health
Her physical health was generally good.
sexual health
The programme aims to educate teenagers about sexual health.
general health (=the health of your whole body rather than a particular part)
A balanced diet will improve your general health.
human health
Some chemicals pose a significant risk to human health.
damage your health
There is no doubt that smoking can seriously damage your health.
endanger your health (=cause danger to your health)
Being overweight endangers your health.
improve (somebody's) health
Doing more exercise will improve your health.
somebody's health improves
Her health improved slowly after she came home from hospital.
somebody's health deteriorates (=gets worse)
Her health deteriorated rapidly.
health care (=care from doctors, nurses etc)
Many Americans cannot afford even basic health care.
a health problem
He missed a lot of time at work through health problems.
a health risk/hazard/threat (=something that could damage your health)
The report looked at the health risks linked to eating excess sugar.
health benefits
the health benefits of doing yoga
health effects
The study looked at the long-term health effects of drinking alcohol.
a health warning (=a warning printed on a product that could harm you)
the health warning on cigarette packets
be in good/poor health (=be healthy/unhealthy)
Her parents were elderly and in poor health.
be good/bad for your health
Eating plenty of vegetables is good for your health.
somebody's state of health
Your choice of exercise must depend on your general state of health.
health and well-being
The breakfast program improves the health and well-being of the children.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: I hope this letter finds you in a good health.
GOOD: I hope this letter finds you in good health.

Usage Note:
Health is an uncountable noun: 'Worry can affect your health.' 'Nothing in life is more important than good health.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: clean hill of health

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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