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symptom

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈsɪmp.təm/
B2 any feeling of illness or physical or mental change that is caused by a particular disease: He's complaining of all the usual flu symptoms - a high temperature, headache, and so on. He's been HIV-positive for six years, but just recently he's started to develop the symptoms of AIDS.C2 any single problem that is caused by and shows a more serious and general problem: It's her feeling that the recent outbreaks of violence are a symptom of the dissatisfaction that is currently affecting our society.
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en árabe عَرَض…
en coreano 증상…
in Malaysian tanda…
en francés symptôme…
en turco hastalık belirtisi, işaret, semptom…
en italiano sintomo…
en chino (tradicionál) (疾病的)癥狀, 徵兆,徵候…
en ruso симптом, проявление…
en polaco objaw, symptom, przejaw…
in Vietnamese triệu chứng, dấu hiệu tồn tại của cái gì…
en español síntoma…
en portugués sintoma…
in Thai อาการ…
en alemán das Symptom…
en catalán símptoma…
en japonés 症状, 病状…
in Indonesian gejala…
en chino (simplificado) (疾病的)症状, 征兆,征候…
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