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rabies

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈreɪ.biːz/ ( specialized hydrophobia)
a fatal disease of the nervous system of dogs and other animals, which can also cause death in humans who are bitten by an animal with this disease
狂犬病
Dogs, cats, foxes and bats can all carry rabies.
狗、猫、狐狸和蝙蝠都会传播狂犬病。
Veterinary medicineDisorders of muscles and the nervous system
Translations of “rabies”
in Vietnamese bệnh dại…
in Spanish rabia…
in Thai โรคพิษสุนัขบ้า…
in Malaysian penyakit anjing gila…
in French rage…
in German die Tollwut…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狂犬病…
in Indonesian rabies…
in Russian бешенство (болезнь)…
in Turkish kuduz, kuduz hastalığı…
in Polish wścieklizna…
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