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dreaded lurgy

noun [S]
 
UK informal
a humorous way of speaking of any illness which is not very serious but is easily caught
可怕的病症,高速傳染病(幽默的說法,指常見易患的小疾)
Disease and illness - general words
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in Chinese (Simplified) 可怕的病症,高速传染病(幽默的说法,指常见易患的小疾)…
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