cathéter

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See also: catheter

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek καθετήρ (kathetḗr, surgical instrument for emptying the bladder), from καθίημι (kathíēmi, to descend, let down) + -τήρ (-tḗr, suffix forming masculine nouns from verbs) (from Proto-Indo-European *-tḗr (suffix forming agent nouns from verbs, denoting someone or something whose role or purpose it is to perform the verb's action)).

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cathéter m (plural cathéters)

  1. catheter

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