"doutor" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [Galician]

Forms: doutores [plural]
  1. doctor, physician Tags: masculine

Noun [Portuguese]

Forms: doutores [plural], doutora [feminine], doutoras [feminine, plural] IPA: /dow.ˈtoɾ/ [Portugal], /dow.ˈtoʁ/ [Brazil]
  1. a doctor (a person who has attained a doctorate) Tags: masculine
  2. a doctor, a physician (a member of the medical profession) Tags: masculine

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