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Definition of "medic" []

  • Any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago in the pea family, having clusters of small, usually yellow flowers and compound leaves with three leaflets. Several species are important for fodder and green manure. (noun)
  • A member of a military medical corps. (noun)
  • A physician or surgeon. (noun)
  • A medical student or intern. (noun)
  • A doctor, medical orderly, or medical student (noun)

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Use "medic" in a sentence
  • "Personally, medic is my highest played class with pyro coming in second."
  • "In an e-mail to her parents from Iraq, she wrote: "Being a medic is what I live to do.""
  • "So of course, I had to reverse it and I called the medic over."