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tuberculosis

noun [no plural]   /tjuːˌbɜː.kjʊˈləʊ.sɪs/ ( abbreviation TB)
a serious infectious disease that can attack many parts of a person’s body, especially their lungs tuberculosis 588
tubercular adjective   /-ˈbɜː.kjʊ.lər/
(Definition of tuberculosis from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tuberculosis

noun /tjubəːkjuˈləusis/
( often abbreviated to TB /tiːˈbiː/) ( medical ) an infectious disease usually affecting the lungs tuberculosis He suffers from / has tuberculosis.
(Definition of tuberculosis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tuberculosis”
in Vietnamese bệnh lao…
in Malaysian batuk kering…
in Thai วัณโรค…
in French tuberculose…
in German die Tuberkulose…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结核病, (尤指)肺结核…
in Turkish verem, tüberküloz…
in Russian туберкулез…
in Indonesian penyakit paru…
in Chinese (Traditional) 結核病, (尤指)肺結核…
in Polish gruźlica…
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