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Translation of "fever" - English-Turkish dictionary

fever

noun     /ˈfiːvər/
HIGH TEMPERATURE [C, U]
B1 when someone's body temperature rises because they are ill ateş a high/slight fever Colds and fluFevers and infectious diseasesFevers and infectious diseasesColds and flu
EXCITEMENT [U]
when people are very excited about something heyecanlı durum, telaş Election fever has gripped the nation. →  See also glandular fever , hay fever Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
Translations of “fever”
in Arabic حُمَّى…
in Korean 고열…
in Malaysian demam…
in French fièvre…
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 Spanish fiebre…
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 Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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