common cold

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Englisch - Türkisch
nevazil
soğuk algınlığı

Soğuk algınlığının tedavisi yoktur. - There is no cure for the common cold.

Grip ve soğuk algınlığı çok bulaşıcı. - The flu and the common cold are very contagious.

nezle
(isim)zle
flu
enflüanza
flu
(isim) grip
flu
dili grip
flu
grip

Oyuncuların çoğu grip yüzünden keyifsiz oldukları için koç oyunu iptal etti. - The coach called off the game because many of the players were down with the flu.

Tom geçen hafta boyunca gripten yattı. - Tom was down with the flu all last week.

Englisch - Englisch
A very common, mild viral infection of the nose and throat, whose symptoms include sneezing, sniffling, a running or blocked nose, a sore throat, coughing and a headache
a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs); "will they never find a cure for the common cold?"
common virus infection of the respiratory tract
The common cold is a mild illness. If you have it, your nose is blocked or runny and you have a sore throat or a cough. a slight illness in which your throat hurts and it is difficult to breathe normally = cold. Viral infection of the upper and sometimes the lower respiratory tract. Symptoms, which are relatively mild, include sneezing, fatigue, sore throat, and stuffy or runny nose (but not fever); they usually last only a few days. About 200 different strains of virus can produce colds; they are spread by direct or indirect contact. The cold is the most common of all illnesses; the average person gets several every year. Incidence peaks in the fall. Treatment involves rest, adequate fluid intake, and over-the-counter remedies for the symptoms. Antibiotics do not combat the virus but may be given if secondary infections develop
flu
common colds
plural form of common cold
common cold

    Silbentrennung

    com·mon Cold

    Türkische aussprache

    kämın kōld

    Aussprache

    /ˈkämən ˈkōld/ /ˈkɑːmən ˈkoʊld/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kä-m&n ] (adjective.) 13th century. Middle English commun, from Old French, from Latin communis; more at MEAN.

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