Scrubs In Different Languages

How To Say “Scrubs” In Different Languages

Scrubs: A protective garment designed to be worn by the doctor, nurse, and others in the operating room.

The English word “scrub” has plenty of meanings, from cleaning something by “scrubbing” it, or a type of small shrubbery, or even as a word used to describe an undesirable man. How do you say it in other languages?

Spanish: Pijama médico or Ropa de quirófano

French: blouse stérile

German: Arztkittel

Arabic: كَال تَنَظُّف ( التَّنظيف بالفرك) (

Portuguese: bata de hospital

Italian: scrubs medici

Chinese: 制服


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