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virus

noun /ˈvaiərəs/
(medical) any of various types of germs that are a cause of disease
virus
a flu virus.
(computing) a computer code that is inserted into a program to destroy information or cause errors
virus
software that provides protection against computer viruses.
viral adjective (medical) relating to or caused by a virus
viral, vírico
a viral infection/disease.
very popular and spreading very quickly among a large number of people, especially over the Internet
viral, vírico
The videoclip almost immediately went viral.
(Definition of virus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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