- v.开药方( prescribe的过去式和过去分词 ); 指示; 规定; 指定遵守;
He was examined again and then prescribed a different herbal medicine.
Our doctor diagnosed a throat infection and prescribed antibiotic and junior aspirin.
Alliott told Singleton he was passing the sentence prescribed by law.
I was prescribed drugs to control seizures.
She stopped taking the prescribed medications.
Valium is usually prescribed to treat anxiety.
The curriculum is rigidly prescribed from an early age.
Books must be kept according to a prescribed form.
The medicine the doctor prescribed worked upon his illness.
The punishments for robbery and murder are prescribed in the penal code.
The doctor prescribed a complete rest of one week.
This is a prescribed course which spreads over two semesters.
The pharmacist made up the prescribed medicine.
The doctor prescribed some medication.
The doctor prescribed radiotherapy for him.
The store doesn't have the prescribed medicine.
1. set down as a rule or guide
2. fixed or established especially by order or command;
"at the time appointed (or the appointed time")
3. conforming to set usage, procedure, or discipline;
"in prescribed order"
4. formally laid down or imposed;