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plagueverb [T]

uk   us   /pleɪɡ/
C2 to cause worry, pain, or difficulty to someone or something over a period of time: Financial problems have been plaguing their new business partners. My shoulder's been plaguing me all week. to annoy someone, especially by asking repeated questions: The children plagued him with questions all through lunch. He's been plaguing me for a loan of the book.

plaguenoun [C or U]

uk   us   /pleɪɡ/
C2 (also the plague, the Plague) bubonic plague , or any serious disease that kills many people: Millions died of (the) plague.a plague of sth a large number of things that are unpleasant or likely to cause damage: a plague of insectshumorous A plague of journalists descended on the town.
Traducciones de “plague”
en árabe طاعون…
en coreano 전염병…
in Malaysian wabak, serangan…
en francés peste, invasion…
en turco salgın hastalık…
en italiano peste…
en chino (tradicionál) 不斷困擾, 折磨, 使受煎熬…
en ruso чума…
en polaco dżuma, plaga…
in Vietnamese bệnh dịch, số lượng lớn…
en español peste, plaga…
en portugués peste…
in Thai กาฬโรค, จำนวนมาก…
en alemán die Seuche, die Plage…
en catalán pesta…
en japonés ペスト, 疫病…
in Indonesian penyakit pes, banyak sekali…
en chino (simplificado) 不断困扰, 折磨, 使受煎熬…
(Definition of plague from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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