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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.
Translations of “fever”
in Arabic حُمَّى…
in Korean 고열…
in Malaysian demam…
in French fièvre…
in Turkish ateş, heyecanlı durum, telaş…
in Italian febbre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疾病, 發燒,發熱…
in Russian жар, лихорадочное состояние, возбуждение…
in Polish gorączka…
in Vietnamese cơn sốt…
in Portuguese febre…
in Thai การเป็นไข้…
in German das Fieber…
in Catalan febre…
in Japanese 熱…
in Indonesian demam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疾病, 发烧,发热…
(Definition of fever from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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