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endemicadjective

us   /enˈdem·ɪk/
(esp. of a disease or social condition) found particularly in a specific area or group: Some of these problems are endemic to big US cities.
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endemicadjective

uk   /enˈdem.ɪk/ us   /enˈdem.ɪk/
especially of a disease or a condition, regularly found and very common among a particular group or in a particular area: Malaria is endemic in many of the hotter regions of the world. The disease is endemic among British sheep/to many British flocks. There is endemic racism/poverty/violence in many of the country's cities.
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