This page is about the collocation take medicine
collocation pattern: verb + noun
to swallow a tablet or syrup to cure an illness
- Has grandpa taken his medicine yet?
- If you're taking medicine, only take as much as you're told to take.
You can also add adjectives to describe particular types of medicine, as in "take heart medicine" and "take herbal medicine". Related collocations include "take a tablet", "take a pill", "take a drug", etc.
In a hospital, nurses take medicine when
Contributor: Matt Errey