hospitalize美 ['hɑspɪt(ə)l.aɪz] 英 ['hɒspɪt(ə)laɪz]
to admit somebody to the hospital for treatment, diagnosis, or observation, usually as an inpatient
to take someone to hospital for medical treatment
Barber said the girl was hospitalized in good condition, but he would give no details and did not say if she had been sexually abused.
She and a colleague recently analyzed 300 news reports involving people who had been hospitalized for mental illness and others who had not.
Qin filled out her application to march while hospitalized by an appendectomy and is proud to represent her ethnic group, she said.
Investigators are trying to determine what caused the plane's aborted takeoff. 38 people were hurt and at least five remain hospitalized.
A woman he bitten and dragged remains hospitalized recovering from her injuries.
One of them was hospitalized in Prince of Wales Hospital. Another person did not seek medical treatment.
South Korea's Yonhap news agency said the captain was seriously injured and is hospitalized at Inha University in Incheon.
She had to take care of her brother, because her mother who have been hospitalized.
I know tomorrow will be very busy. But my mother was hospitalized yesterday and I've got to see her.
Every time the patient is hospitalized, her daughter sends words through her husband, telling her how much she is loved and missed.