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German measles

noun [no plural]   /ˌdʒɜː·mən ˈmiː·zlz/
a disease that causes red spots on your skin rubéola
(Definition of German measles from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

German measles

noun /ˈdʒəːmən ˈmiːzəlz/
(medical ) an infectious disease that causes coughing, a sore throat and red spots on your body. It can harm unborn babies if caught by women during the first few months of pregnancy; rubella rubeola, sarampión alemán
(Definition of German measles from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “German measles”
in Korean 풍진…
in Arabic الحَصبة الألمانِيّة…
in Malaysian penyakit campak Jerman…
in Russian краснуха…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風疹, 德國麻疹…
in Italian rosolia…
in Turkish kızamıkçık…
in Polish różyczka…
in Vietnamese bệnh Rubella…
in Portuguese rubéola…
in Thai โรคหัดเยอรมัน…
in Catalan rubèola…
in Japanese 風疹, 三日ばしか…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风疹, 德国麻疹…
in Indonesian campak Jerman…
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