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virulent

adjective     /ˈvɪr.jʊ.lənt/
describes a dangerous disease or poison which very quickly spreads or has an effect 劇毒的;致命的 A particularly virulent strain of flu has recently claimed a number of lives in the US. 一場有致命殺傷力的流感最近在美國奪去了數人的生命。 Passing on illness and causing disease
formal full of hate and violent opposition 惡毒的,狠毒的 She is a virulent critic of US foreign policy. 她是美國外交政策尖刻的批評者。 Opposing and againstStrong feelings
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