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Spanish translation of “fever”

fever

noun /ˈfiːvə/
(medical) (an illness causing) high body temperature and quick heart-beat
fiebre
She is in bed with a fever
feverish adjective (medical) having a slight fever
febril
She seems a bit feverish tonight.
restlessly excited
nervioso, excitado, febril
A feverish air of excitement filled the auditorium.
feverishly adverb quickly and excitedly
febrilmente
He wrote feverishly.
at fever pitch at a level of great excitement
al rojo vivo
The crowd’s excitement was at fever pitch as they waited for the game to begin.
(Definition of fever from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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