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diseased

adjective uk   /dɪˈziːzd/ us  
suffering from a disease: a diseased lung/kidney diseased brain tissue Farmers were dumping or burying the diseased carcasses. The bush looked badly diseased, with black marks on all the leaves. a diseased mind/imagination a diseased society
Translations of “diseased”
in Chinese (Traditional) 患病的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 患病的…
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