• be well [badly] treated
  • 手厚い[不当な]もてなしを受ける
  • go down a treat
  • はやる,うける,人気が出る
  • Let's go out for lunch─my treat.
  • お昼に行こう,おごるよ
  • She treated him to lunch.
  • 彼女は彼に昼をごちそうした
  • treat patients [wounds, cancer]
  • 患者[傷,がん]を治療する
  • Your garden looks a treat.
  • すばらしいお庭ですね
  • A number of drugs have been used to treat some of these problems.
  • Wikipedia: Parkinson's disease
  • Antibiotics are used both in treating human disease and in intensive farming to promote animal growth, where they may be contributing to the rapid development of antibiotic resistance in bacterial populations.
  • Wikipedia: Bacteria
  • Apart from attempts to control the spread of the Aedes mosquito and work to develop a vaccine against dengue, there are ongoing efforts to develop antiviral drugs that would be used to treat attacks of dengue fever and prevent severe complications.
  • Wikipedia: Dengue fever
  • Blackburn temporarily halted his gubernatorial campaign and traveled to Louisville to help treat those who arrived there already suffering from the disease.
  • Wikipedia: Luke P. Blackburn
  • British Army Veterinary Corps hospitals treated 725,216 horses over the course of the war, successfully healing at least 529,064.
  • Wikipedia: Horses in World War I
  • Even Rousseau, while disputing Locke's central claim that parents should treat their children as rational beings, acknowledged his debt to Locke.
  • Wikipedia: Some Thoughts Concerning Education
  • Fungal meningitis, such as cryptococcal meningitis, is treated with long courses of high dose antifungals, such as amphotericin B and flucytosine.
  • Wikipedia: Meningitis
  • He has been treated for a type of skin cancer called melanoma, and an operation in 2000 for that condition left a noticeable mark on the left side of his face.
  • Wikipedia: John McCain
  • Hemolysis may require a blood transfusion to replace the lost red blood cells, while methemoglobinemia is treated with intravenous methylene blue.
  • Wikipedia: Gyromitra esculenta
  • HIV infections are usually treated with a combination of antiviral drugs, each targeting a different stage in the virus's life-cycle.
  • Wikipedia: Introduction to viruses