fever

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ateş

Çocuğun vücudu ateşlendi. - The child's body felt feverish.

Senin bugün biraz ateşin var, değil mi? - You have a little fever today, don't you?

{f} ateşlenmek
{i} heyecan

Sen hâlâ heyecanlısın. - You're still feverish.

vücut ısısı
(Tıp) vücut sıcaklığı
hastalık

Ateş hastalık gösterir. - Fever indicates sickness.

Bahar yorgunluğu bir hastalık değildir. - Spring fever is not a disease.

yangın
telaş
fever tree sıtma ağacı
{i} Duygu yoğunluğu belirtir: He was shouting in a fever of excitement. Büyük bir heyecanla bağırıyordu
ateş basmak
{i} hararet
merak etmek
hararetli olmak
(Tıp) Ateş, hararet, sıcaklık, humma, fiyevr, febris
fever heat hararet
black water fever karasu humması
{i} humma

Avrupalıların gelişinden önce sarı humma bir sorun değildi. - Before the arrival of the Europeans, yellow fever hadn't been a problem.

Tom birkaç yıl önce neredeyse sarı hummadan ölüyordu. - Tom nearly died of yellow fever a few years ago.

asabiyet
{f} yanıp tutuşmak
telâş etmek
(Tıp) yüksek ateş
duygu yoğunluğu belirtir
sinirlilik
(Tıp) fever
feverish
{s} ateşli

Ben çok ateşli hissediyorum. - I feel very feverish.

Bu gece biraz ateşli hissediyorum. - I feel a bit feverish tonight.

fevered
ateşli
fever grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) limon otu
fever of unknown origin
(Tıp) nedeni bilinmeyen ateş
fever heat
hararet
fever thermometer
tıbbi termometre
fever seizure
havale
fever seizure
Ateş nöbeti
fever blister
uçuk
feverishly
hararetle
feverish
ateş veren
hay fever
bahar nezlesi
desert fever
(Tıp) çöl ateşi
fevered
ateşi olan
fevered
hararetli olan
feverish
ateşi çıkmış
feverishness
(Tıp) yüksek ateş
jungle fever
(Tıp) şiddetli sıtma
parrot fever
(Tıp) papağan hastalığı
pick fever
(Tıp) pick ateşi
reduce fever
ateşi düşürmek
reduce fever
ateş düşürmek
reduce the fever
ateş düşmek
reduce the fever
ateşini düşürmek
swamp fever
(Tıp) sıtma
aphthous fever
aft (humması)
brain fever
beyin humması
buck fever
heyecan
camp fever
karahumma
camp fever
tifo
enteric fever
karahumma
enteric fever
tifo
fevered
heyecanlı
fevered
hummalı
fevered
telaşlı
fevered
sıtmalı
feverish
hararetli
feverish
hummalı
feverish
heyecanlı

Sen hâlâ heyecanlısın. - You're still feverish.

glandular fever
öpüşme hastalığı
hay fever
saman nezlesi

Saman nezlesi olduğunu bilmiyordum. - I didn't know you had hay fever.

Birçok insan artık saman nezlesinin üstesinden geliyorlar. - A lot of people are dealing with hay fever now.

relapsing fever
depreşen ateş
rheumatic fever
romatizma ateşi
rheumatic fever
ateşli romatizma
sandfly fever
tatarcık humması
scarlet fever
kızıl

Birkaç yüzyıl önce kızıl hastalığı salgını kıtanın her yanında binlerce insanı öldürdü. - Several hundred years ago, scarlet fever epidemics killed thousands of people throughout the continent.

thermic fever
termik ısı
typhoid fever
tifo

O tifo ateşinden öldü. - She died of typhoid fever.

typhoid fever
tifo ateşi

O tifo ateşinden öldü. - She died of typhoid fever.

typhus fever
tifüs ateşi
undulant fever
malta humması
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
Kırım-Kongo Kanamalı Ateşi Hastalığı
a fever
bir ateş
beaver fever
(Tıp, İlaç) Giardia intestinalis adlı kamçılı mikroorganizmanın sebep olduğu hastalık
cabin fever
bir mekanda veya işsiz bir yerde uzun süre kalmaktan ötürü duyulan sıkıntı, daral.Kapalı yerde kalmaktan ötürü oluşan halet, halet-i ruhiyye
catarrhal fever
kataral ateş
chagres fever
chagres ateş
childbed fever
loğusa ateşi
chocolate fever
çok çikolata yiyen bir hikaye kahramanının yakalandığı uydurma hastalık
crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever
(Tıp, İlaç) Kırım-Kongo Kanamalı Ateşi
dengue fever
dang humması
drug fever
İlaç kullanımı yüzünden vücut ısısının normalin üzerine çıkması
experience an abatement of a fever
deneyim bir ateş bir azaltılması
fevered
hararetli
go fever
ateş gitmek
haemorrhagic fever
(Tıp, İlaç) Kanamalı ateş
jail fever
Tifüs, hapishane humması
night fever
Gece ateşi, gece vakitleri daha belirgin olan vücut harareti
paratyphoid fever
paratifo ateş
q fever
q ateş
roman fever
Sıtma, Roma sıtması
sandfly fever
Tatarcık humması: Tatarcıklarla insana geçen, şiddetli ateş ve baş ağrısı ile beliren bir hastalık
scarlet fever
kızıl hastalığı

scarlet fever, scarlatina.

Birkaç yüzyıl önce kızıl hastalığı salgını kıtanın her yanında binlerce insanı öldürdü. - Several hundred years ago, scarlet fever epidemics killed thousands of people throughout the continent.

swine fever
domuz vebası
thermic fever
termik işi
Malta fever
maltahumması
Malta fever
malta humması
bartonella fever
(Tıp) Nonprotozoal hemolitik anemi
blackwater fever
(Tıp) Tropik bölgelerde ve özellikle Afrikada görülen ağır bir sıtma türü
blackwater fever
karahumma
blackwater fever
karasu humması
bringing down (of fever)
ateş düşmesi
buck fever
tecrübesiz avcının heyecanı
can i have something for hay fever
saman nezlesi için bir şeyiniz var mı
fevered
(Tıp) Harareti olan, ateşli
feverish
{s} telaşlı
feverish
hararet
feverish
hummalı/ateşli
feverish
çok faal olarak
feverish
ateşi olan
feverish
ateş yapan
feverish
sıtmalı
feverish
feverishly hararetle
feverish
feverishness ateşlilik
feverish
sıtma getiren
feverish
asabiyet
feverish
sabırsız
feverishness
hararet
feverishness
{i} ateşli olma
gold fever
altına hücum
high fever
yüksek ateş
i have a fever
yüksek ateşim var
intermittent fever
sıtma
intermittent fever
tıb. belirli aralıklarla gelen ateş
jungle fever
{i} sıtma
jungle fever
(isim) sıtma
marsh fever
sıtma
marsh fever
malarya
one's fever die of
ateşi düşmek
parrot fever
papağandan bulaşan bronşik zatürre
pyrexia fever
(Diş Hekimliği) Ateş
quartan fever
dört günde bir tutan nöbet
rabbit fever
tavşan vebası
relapse fever
(Tıp) tekrarlayan humma
relapsing fever
yeniden yükselen ateş
relapsing fever
tekrarlayan ateş
scarlet fever
tıb. kızıl
scarlet fever
kızıl hastalığı [tıp.]
small fever
(Askeri) SİSTOZOMYAS: Bak. "scistosomiasis"
soccer fever
futbol heyecanı
splenic fever
şarbon
splenic fever
karakabarcık
spotted fever
tifüs
spotted fever
lekelihumma
spring fever
yerinde duramama
spring fever
bahar yorgunluğu

Bahar yorgunluğu bir hastalık değildir. - Spring fever is not a disease.

spring fever
kıpır kıpır olma
stage fever
tiyatro tutkusu
stage fever
sahne aşkı
typhoid fever
tıb. tifo, karahumma
valley fever
(Tıp) vadi humması
viral hemorrhagic fever
(Tıp) viral hemorajik ateş
west nile fever
(Tıp) batı nil humması
with fever
hummalı
yellow fever
sarıhumma

Sarıhumma ve çiçek artık bir tehdit değildi. - Yellow fever and smallpox were no longer a threat.

Tom Afrika'yı ziyaret ettiğinde sarıhummaya yakalandı. - Tom contracted yellow fever when he was visiting Africa.

yellow fever virus
(Tıp) sarı humma virusu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any of various diseases

scarlet fever.

A state of excitement (of a person or people)
A higher than normal body temperature of a person (or, generally, a mammal), usually caused by disease

I have a fever. I think I've caught a cold..

{n} a disease, heat
{v} to put into a fever
Many diseases, of which fever is the most prominent symptom, are denominated fevers; as, typhoid fever; yellow fever
To put into a fever; to affect with fever; as, a fevered lip
Peter
If you have a fever when you are ill, your body temperature is higher than usual and your heart beats faster. My Uncle Jim had a high fever Symptoms of the disease include fever and weight loss. see also hay fever, rheumatic fever, scarlet fever
A fever is extreme excitement or nervousness about something. Angie waited in a fever of excitement. = frenzy. or pyrexia Abnormally high body temperature or a disease characterized by it. It most often occurs with infection. Normal core body temperature, measured orally, does not exceed 99°F (37.2°C). Up to 105°F (40.6°C), fever causes weakness and is best treated with aspirin, acetaminophen, or other antipyretic drugs. At 108°F (42.2°C) or more, it can lead to convulsions and death. In treatment, it is important to know the underlying cause. Fever appears to be a defense against infectious disease, stimulating leukocytes and increasing antibody production and perhaps killing or inhibiting bacteria and viruses that live within a narrow temperature range. undulant fever Mediterranean fever Malta fever dandy fever breakbone fever typhoid fever hay fever hemorrhagic fever swine fever glandular fever puerperal fever childbed fever relapsing fever rheumatic fever Rocky Mountain spotted fever scarlet fever yellow fever
Infectious disease marked by great bodily heat and a quickening pulse
intense nervous anticipation; "in a fever of resentment" a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
temperature greater than or equal to 102 0°F (greater than or equal to 38 9°C)
body temperature above normal, or (old) disease so characterized
A diseased state of the system, marked by increased heat, acceleration of the pulse, and a general derangement of the functions, including usually, thirst and loss of appetite
an abnormal temperature of the body A fever generally indicates that there is an abnormal process occurring in the body
A rise of body temperature above the normal
{i} high body temperature; disease characterized by high body temperature; tension, excitement
intense nervous anticipation; "in a fever of resentment"
Say: fee-ver You've probably noticed that sometimes when you're sick, you feel funny like it's really hot one minute and then freezing cold the next And to make things weirder, grown-ups keep touching your face and forehead all the time Well, when this happens, chances are, you have a fever A fever is when your body gets a little hotter than normal on the inside, even though you might not feel like it This might mean that your body has just been invaded! When germs get inside your body, the temperature rises, because it's your body's way of trying to get rid of them So don't get all hotheaded when you get a fever - it just means your body's trying to get better again!
occurs when your body becomes warmer than 37°C because of an illness
Excessive excitement of the passions in consequence of strong emotion; a condition of great excitement; as, this quarrel has set my blood in a fever
a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
{f} cause to develop a fever; excite, cause tension
pyrexia
Ague
{i} febris
fever and ague
malaria
fever blister
Fever blisters are small sore spots that sometimes appear on or near someone's lips and nose when they have a cold. a cold sore
fever blister
caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1)
fever pitch
a state of extreme excitement; "the crowd was at fever pitch
fever pitch
If something is at fever pitch, it is in an extremely active or excited state. Campaigning is reaching fever pitch for elections on November
fever pitch
A state of extreme agitation or excitement
fever tree
Any of several trees, such as certain species of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, of the southeast United States, having leaves or bark used to allay fever
fever tree
African tree supposed to mark healthful regions ornamental shrub or small tree of swampy areas in southwestern United States having large pink or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for treating fever any of several trees having leaves or barks used to allay fever or thought to indicate regions free of fever
feed a cold, starve a fever
Eating more will cure the common cold, and eating less will cure a fever

They say feed a cold, starve a fever, but they don't tell you what to do when you got both, so I figured scrambled eggs, tea, and toast.

Bay fever
The illness feigned by convicts to avoid being sent to Botany Bay
Ebola fever
An extremely contagious and often fatal illness caused by the Ebola virus, characterised by fever and internal bleeding, contracted through infected body fluids
I have a fever
Indicates that the speaker has higher than normal body temperature, which is usually a symptom of a disease
Lassa fever
An acute, and often fatal, viral infection endemic to West Africa. Symptoms include fever, sore throat, muscle aches, a skin rash, headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, ulcers, heart and kidney failure
Mediterranean fever
familial Mediterranean fever
Q fever
An infectious disease, resembling influenza, caused by the bacterium Coxiella burnetii
Rift Valley fever
A mosquito-borne, acute, febrile, viral disease of humans and animals, caused by an RNA virus of the genus Phlebovirus, which occurs in northern and eastern Africa
Rocky Mountain fever
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
Ross River fever
Epidemic polyarthritis, a mosquito-borne infectious disease caused by infection with Ross River virus
Spanish fever
Same as Texas fever
Texas cattle fever
Texas fever
Texas fever
a tick-borne disease of cattle
West Nile fever
A disease caused by the West Nile virus that is transmitted from birds to mosquitoes and then to people. Symptoms include drowsiness, headache and nausea, pain in the abdomen, a rash, and swollen glands, and may prove fatal
abortus fever
A kind of brucellosis, and the only one endemic to North Americahttp: //medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/abortus+fever
barrel fever
intoxication or illness from intemperance in drink
bovine ephemeral fever
A viral disease of cattle, caused by the Ephemerovirus virus, transmitted by insects. Abbreviation: BEF
bovine malignant catarrhal fever
A fatal lymphoproliferative disease that affects bovines
brain fever
encephalitis or meningitis
brain-fever
Alternative spelling of brain fever
breakbone fever
dengue fever
cabin fever
A condition that produces restlessness and irritability caused from being in a confined space

Some residents of Alaska suffer from cabin fever when they remain indoors throughout the long, snowy winters.

cat scratch fever
A relatively benign disease, characterized by swollen lymph nodes, caused by the bacterium Bartonella henselae normally carried by the cat flea Ctenocephalides felis
catarrhal fever
Bovine malignant catarrhal fever
channel fever
the excitement on board ship as she approaches her destination with the prospect of liberty ashore
childbed fever
puerperal fever
dengue fever
An acute febrile and sometimes hemorrhagic disease endemic to the tropics, caused by any of four species of the virus genus Flavivirus, and primarily transmitted to humans from mosquitoes, though human-to-human transmission is also well documented
familial Mediterranean fever
a hereditary inflammatory disorder characterized by recurrent fever, that affects groups of people originating from around the Mediterranean Sea, including Armenians, Sephardi Jews, Greeks, and Arabs
fever.
pyro-
fevered
heated, impassioned

To rephrase in less fevered rhetoric, a regional alliance might take shape independent of the U.S.

fevered
Affected by a fever; feverish
feverish
filled with excess energy

He worked with feverish excitement.

glandular fever
infectious mononucleosis
go fever
An urge to commence a planned journey regardless of circumstances

The problem, as many people knew, was that Gus had go fever: he was itching to fly this spacecraft.

gold fever
An excessive profit craving
gold fever
A feverish obsession to seek gold ore
haemorrhagic fever
viral haemorrhagic fever
hay fever
An allergy to the pollen of grass or other plants that causes symptoms similar to those of a cold; pollinosis
hay-fever
Alternative spelling of hay fever
hemorrhagic fever
Canadian and US spelling of haemorrhagic fever
jungle fever
A term used to describe the attraction of a person of non-African descent towards people of African descent
jungle fever
Any of several tropical diseases, but especially malaria
low-grade fever
A slight fever, typically defined as never exceeding 38.5 degrees Celsius (about 101 degrees Fahrenheit)
mountain fever
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
paratyphoid fever
Any of a variety of acute infectious intestinal diseases resembling typhoid fever but less severe, caused by eating food contaminated with certain bacteria of the genus Salmonella
parrot fever
An infectious disease caused by the bacterium Chlamydophila psittaci and contracted from birds such as parrots, pigeons, sparrows, ducks, and many other species of bird
puerperal fever
A fever, following childbirth or abortion, due to infection of the uterus
relapsing fever
an infection caused by certain bacteria of the genus Borrelia, transmitted by lice and ticks
rheumatic fever
an inflammation of the joints and the heart following a respiratory infection with streptococcus
scarlet fever
A streptococcal infection, mainly occurring among children, and characterized by a red skin rash, sore throat and fever
shipping fever
A severe inflammation of the lungs of cattle, caused by a bacterium of the genus Pasteurella, sometimes seen following the stress of transport to market under poor conditions
splenic fever
An old name for anthrax
spotted fever
any of various diseases causing fever and spots on the skin
spring fever
A feeling of laziness or listlessness associated with the arrival of the warm, comfortable weather of the spring season

Endymion and the Secretary, after sitting on a pier-end watching some barges, . . . were stricken with the very crisis of spring fever and lassitude. They considered the possibility of hiring one of the soldiers' two-tiered beds for the afternoon.

spring fever
A feeling of invigoration and restlessness associated with the arrival of the warm weather and renewal of nature in the spring season

Was it a case of spring fever, or just a horse longing for its stable? Whatever the reason, one of the city's normally well-disciplined police horses bolted yesterday, injuring its rider and leading several patrol cars on a milelong chase through Lower Manhattan.

swine fever
a contagious, usually fatal, disease of pigs, causing fever, skin lesions and convulsions
tick fever
any of various diseases transmitted by ticks
trench fever
an acute infectious disease, caused by the microorganism Rickettsia quintana and transmitted by the louse Pediculus humanus that affected very many soldiers during World War I
typhoid fever
An illness caused by the bacterium Salmonella typhi. Not to be confused with typhus
yellow fever
A term used to describe the attraction of a person of non-East Asian descent towards people of East Asian descent
yellow fever
An acute febrile illness of tropical regions, caused by a flavivirus and spread by mosquitoes, characterised by jaundice, black vomit and the absence of urination
texas fever
(Geometri) Any of several diseases (as blackwater fever or Texas fever) characterized by dark-colored urine
fevered
Fevered is used to describe feelings of great excitement, and the activities that result from them. Meg was in a state of fevered anticipation. fevered speculation over the leadership. = feverish
a fever
{n} hectic
feverish
{a} tending to or troubled with a fever, burning, hot, too hot
scarlet fever
{n} a fever attended with a red skin and sore throat, vulgarly called canker rash
Feverishness
febrility
catarrhal fever
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Bluetongue disease (also called catarrhal fever) is a non-contagious, insect-borne viral disease of ruminants, mainly sheep and less frequently of cattle, goats, buffalo, deer, dromedaries and antelope. There are no reports of human transmission. It is caused by the Bluetongue virus
crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever
(Tıp, İlaç) Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is a widespread tick-borne viral disease, a zoonosis of domestic animals and wild animals, that may affect humans. The pathogenic virus, especially common in East and West Africa, is a member of the Bunyaviridae family of RNA viruses. Clinical disease is rare in infected mammals, but commonly severe in infected humans, with a 30% mortality rate. Outbreaks of illness are usually attributable to handling infected animals or people
drug fever
Elevation of body temperature above the normal (37°C) because of medication
ebola hemorrhagic fever
A severe and often fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys and chimpanzees) caused by the Ebola virus; characterized by high fever and severe internal bleeding; can be spread from person to person; is largely limited to Africa(synonym) Ebola fever, Ebola
fevered
{s} feverish, suffering from a fever
haemorrhagic fever
(Tıp, İlaç) A group of illnesses caused by a viral infection (usually restricted to a specific geographic area); fever and gastrointestinal symptoms are followed by capillary haemorrhage, hemorrhagic fever [N. Amer], viral hemorrhagic fever, viral haemorrhagic fever, VHF
puerperal fever
(Tıp, İlaç) An illness resulting from infection of the endometrium following childbirth or abortion, marked by fever and septicemia and usually caused by unsterile technique. Also called childbed fever
rheumatic fever
(Tıp, İlaç) A severe infectious disease occurring chiefly in children, characterized by fever and painful inflammation of the joints and frequently resulting in permanent damage to the valves of the heart
run a fever
Run a temperature, have a body temperature higher than normal
snail fever
(Tıp, İlaç) Any of various generally tropical diseases caused by infestation with schistosomes, widespread in rural areas of Africa, Asia, and Latin America through use of contaminated water, and characterized by infection and gradual destruction of the tissues of the kidneys, liver, and other organs. Also called schistosomiasis, bilharziasis
Chikungunya fever
{i} urban viral disease similar to dengue which is transmitted by mosquitoes in Africa and areas of Asia
Feverish
hot
Feverish
fevery
Feverishly
feverously
Malta fever
undulant fever, Mediterranean fever, contagious disease transmitted by contact with diseased animals or ingestion of infected meat or milk or cheese
Mediterranean fever
undulant fever, Malta fever
Q fever
{i} (Medicine) acute infectious disease similar to influenza caused by the rickettsia
Q fever
An infectious disease caused by the rickettsia Coxiella burnetii that is characterized by fever, malaise, and muscular pains
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
{i} blue disease, severe and infectious disease (highly fatal) caused by Rickettsia and is generally spread by the bite of an infected ixodid tick (its symptoms are: frontal and occipital headache, extreme lumbar pain, general discomfort, moderately high continuous fever, rash on the palms, wrists, ankles and soles that starst from the second to the fifth day and later on spreads to all parts of the body)
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
An acute infectious disease that is caused by a microorganism (Rickettsia rickettsii) transmitted by ticks, is characterized by muscular pains, high fever, and skin eruptions, and is endemic throughout North America. Typhus-like disease first seen in the Rocky Mountain region, caused by the bacterium Rickettsia rickettsii (see rickettsia) and transmitted by various ticks. In severe cases the rash bleeds more and is especially prominent on the wrists and ankles. Central nervous system involvement causes restlessness, insomnia, and delirium. Prostration may progress to coma, with death possible in a week or more. Mortality increases with age. Recovery is slow but usually complete as visual disturbances, deafness, and mental confusion pass. Prompt antibiotic treatment hastens it and reduces mortality. Prevention depends on avoiding tick bites, by wearing long, light-coloured clothing and insect repellent and inspecting for ticks. A vaccine reduces the risk of infection somewhat and of death greatly
Saturday Night Fever
a US film in which John Travolta appears as a young man who is very good at disco dancing. The music, played by the Bee Gees, and the clothes in the film, are typical of the 1970s (1977)
Saturday Night Fever
1977 film starring John Travolta (directed by John Badham)
Texas fever
An infectious disease of cattle first identified in Texas, characterized by high fever, anemia, and emaciation and caused by a parasitic protozoan (Babesia bigemina) that is transmitted by cattle ticks
argentine hemorrhagic fever
hemorrhagic fever with neurological signs; caused by the Junin virus
black water fever
severe form of Malaria found mostly in the tropics and characterized by dark colored urine
blackwater fever
severe and often fatal malaria characterized by kidney damage resulting in dark urine
brain fever
Inflammation of the brain or meninges, as in encephalitis or meningitis
brain fever
infection which causes inflammation of the brain
breakbone fever
{i} infectious disease characterized by a high fever and pain in the muscles and joints (occurs in tropic regions such as India, Egypt, and the West Indies), dengue
buck fever
Nervous excitement felt by a novice hunter at the first sight of game
buck fever
Intense excitement at the sight of deer or other game, such as often unnerves a novice in hunting
buck fever
nervous excitement of an inexperienced hunter
cabin fever
Boredom, restlessness, or irritability that results from a lack of environmental stimulation, as from a prolonged stay in a remote, sparsely populated region or a confined indoor area. when you feel upset and impatient because you have not been outside for a long time
camp fever
Typhus fever
canicola fever
an acute feverish disease in people and in dogs marked by gastroenteritis and mild jaundice
chagres fever
A form of malarial fever occurring along the Chagres River, Panama
crimea-congo hemorrhagic fever
an infection common in Arab states caused by a bunyavirus; transmitted by a tick that thrives on sheep
deer fly fever
rabbit fever, tularemia, bacterial disease in animals which can be transmitted to humans by insects or by handling infected animals (symptoms include fever)
dengue fever
an infectious disease of the tropics transmitted by mosquitoes and characterized by rash and aching head and joints
enteric fever
{i} typhoid fever, severe contagious disease which is caused due to bacteria in the small intestine caused by salmonella typhi
epidemic hemorrhagic fever
A form of hemorrhagic fever endemic to northeastern Asia that is caused by a hantavirus and characterized in its later stages by hemorrhage, shock, and kidney failure. Also called Korean hemorrhagic fever
fevered
If a person is fevered, or they have a fevered brow, they are suffering from a fever. her fevered brow
fevered
highly excited; "a fevered imagination"
fevered
highly excited; "a fevered imagination
feverish
{s} having a fever, having an abnormally high body temperature; excited, agitated; pertaining to or resembling a fever; infested with fever (i.e. a region); tending to cause fever
feverish
of or relating to or characterized by fever; "a febrile reaction caused by an allergen"
feverish
Feverish activity is done extremely quickly, often in a state of nervousness or excitement because you want to finish it as soon as possible. Hours of feverish activity lay ahead. The tents had to be erected, the stalls set up. = frantic
feverish
Disordered as by fever; excited; restless; as, the feverish condition of the commercial world
feverish
Hot; sultry
feverish
Having a fever; suffering from, or affected with, a moderate degree of fever; showing increased heat and thirst; as, the patient is feverish
feverish
Feverish emotion is characterized by extreme nervousness or excitement. a state of feverish excitement
feverish
having or affected by a fever
feverish
In the state of having a fever, to have an elevated body temperature
feverish
marked by intense agitation or emotion; "worked at a feverish pace" having or affected by a fever
feverish
If you are feverish, you are suffering from a fever. A feverish child refuses to eat and asks only for cold drinks She looked feverish, her eyes glistened. + feverishly fe·ver·ish·ly He slept feverishly all afternoon and into the night
feverish
marked by intense agitation or emotion; "worked at a feverish pace"
feverish
Indicating, or pertaining to, fever; characteristic of a fever; as, feverish symptoms
feverish
febrile
feverishly
in a feverish manner; excitedly, in an agitated manner
feverishly
in a feverish manner; "she worked feverishly
feverishly
in a feverish manner; "she worked feverishly"
feverishly
In a feverish manner; excitedly
feverishness
The quality of being feverish
feverishness
a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
feverishness
{i} feverish condition, state of having a high temperature
fevers
plural of fever
glandular fever
Glandular fever is a disease which causes swollen glands, fever, and a sore throat. an infectious disease which makes your lymph nodes swell up and makes you feel weak for a long time afterwards
glandular fever
an acute disease characterized by fever and swollen lymph nodes and an abnormal increase of mononuclear leucocytes or monocytes in the bloodstream; not highly contagious; some believe it can be transmitted by kissing
glandular fever
mononucleosis
gold fever
greed and the contagious excitement of a gold rush
had a fever
came down with a fever, suffered from a fever (abnormally increased body temperature)
haverhill fever
the form of ratbite fever occurring in the United States
hay fever
(haay fev-er) - symptoms that occur after you are near grass, trees and weeds in the air The pollen from these things causes the allergic reaction Also known as allergic rhinitis
hay fever
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hay fever
A seasonal variety of allergic rhinitis, marked by acute conjunctivitis with lacrimation and itching, regarded as an allergic condition triggered by specific allergens
hay fever
If someone is suffering from hay fever, they sneeze and their eyes itch, because they are allergic to grass or flowers. An allergic condition affecting the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract and the eyes, most often characterized by nasal discharge, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes and usually caused by an abnormal sensitivity to airborne pollen. Also called pollinosis. a medical condition, like a bad cold that is caused by breathing in pollen (=dust from plants). Seasonal sneezing, nasal congestion, and tearing and itching of the eyes caused by allergy to the pollen of certain plants. These plants are chiefly those pollinated by the wind (e.g., ragweed in North America, timothy grass in Britain). Antihistamines and corticosteroids may provide temporary relief, but the most effective long-range treatment is desensitization. Unless properly treated, about one-third of patients with hay fever develop asthma
hay fever
allergy to some kinds of pollen that appear in the springtime
hay fever
Allergic reaction caused by the pollens of ragweed, grasses, and other plants whose pollen is spread by the wind
hay fever
An acute allergic reaction when the seasons change to trees, grass, weeds and pollens
hay fever
Allergic reaction caused by the pollens of ragweed, grasses and other plants whose pollen is spread by the wind
hay fever
a seasonal rhinitis resulting from an allergic reaction to pollen
hemorrhagic fever
Any of a group of viral infections, including dengue hemorrhagic fever, Ebola virus disease, and yellow fever, that occur primarily in tropical climates, are usually transmitted to humans by arthropods or rodents, and are characterized by high fever, petechiae, internal bleeding, hypotension, and shock. Disease with high fever and hemorrhage of internal organs and into the skin. It is caused by several kinds of virus (of which Ebola, dengue, and yellow fever are the best known), some carried by ticks, mosquitoes, or animals. Initial symptoms may include head, muscle, joint, and abdominal pain; nausea and vomiting; sweating and thirst; and coldlike symptoms. It comes on suddenly and can cause severe kidney damage. Patients who are severely ill may also experience shock and neurologic effects
hemorrhagic fever
a group of illnesses caused by a viral infection (usually restricted to a specific geographic area); fever and gastrointestinal symptoms are followed by capillary hemorrhage
hemorrhagic fever
{i} any of many diseases characterized by sudden attack of high fever and chills and by hemorrhage of capillaries
his fever subsided
his temperature went down
intermittent fever
fever that subsides and later recurs
jail-fever
{i} typhus fever, epidemic typhus
jungle fever
{i} acute form of malaria which is common in tropical regions; any of the types of diseases native to the tropical regions
jungle fever
severe form of malaria occurring in tropical regions
lassa fever
an acute contagious viral disease of central western Africa; characterized by fever and inflammation and muscular pains and difficulty swallowing; can be used as a bioweapon
lazaret fever
Typhus fever
marseilles fever
a disease (common in India and around the Mediterranean area) caused by a rickettsia that is transmitted to humans by a reddish brown tick (ixodid) that lives on dogs and other mammals
marsh fever
malaria, type of infectious disease carried by mosquitoes
milk fever
{i} slight elevation of fever following childbirth; acute illness in cows or other female animals that have just given birth
parrot fever
{i} psittacosis, infectious disease carried by some birds and which can be transmitted to humans (causes pneumonia, high fever, weakness, and fatigue)
puerperal fever
severe form of septicemia that a woman suffers during childbirth or abortion
puerperal fever
serious form of septicemia contracted by a woman during childbirth or abortion (usually attributable to unsanitary conditions); formerly widespread but now uncommon
q fever
an acute disease resembling influenza
rabbit fever
tularemia, deer fly fever, bacterial disease in animals which can be transmitted to humans by insects or by handling infected animals (symptoms include fever)
ratbite fever
either of two infectious diseases transmitted to humans by the bite of a rat or mouse; characterized by fever and headache and nausea and skin eruptions
ratbite fever bacterium
a bacterium causing rat-bite fever
relapsing fever
Infectious disease with recurring fever, caused by several spirochetes of the genus Borrelia, transmitted by lice, ticks, and bedbugs. Onset is sudden, with high fever, which breaks within a week with profuse sweating. Symptoms return about a week later. There may be 2 to 10 relapses, usually decreasing in severity. Mortality usually ranges from 0 to 6%, up to 30% in rare epidemics. Central nervous system involvement causes various (usually mild) neurological symptoms. The first microscopic organisms clearly associated with serious human disease (1867-68), the spirochetes mutate repeatedly, changing their antigens so that the host's immunity no longer is effective, which produces the relapses. Antibiotics can be effective, but inadequate therapy may leave spirochetes alive in the brain, and they may reinvade the bloodstream
relapsing fever
attacks of fever that recur and repeat
relapsing fever
marked by recurring high fever and transmitted by the bite of infected lice or ticks; characterized by episodes of high fever and chills and headache and muscle pain and nausea that recur every week or ten days for several months
rheumatic fever
Rheumatic fever is a disease which causes fever, and swelling and pain in your joints. A severe infectious disease occurring chiefly in children, characterized by fever and painful inflammation of the joints and frequently resulting in permanent damage to the valves of the heart. a serious infectious disease that causes fever, swelling in your joints, and sometimes damage to your heart. Generalized disease caused by certain types of streptococcus bacteria. It occurs mostly in children and young adults. Symptoms may be mild or severe. Sudden fever, joint pain, and inflammation may begin days to weeks after a streptococcal infection, usually of the throat (see pharyngitis). Other symptoms may include skin nodules and rashes, chorea, abdominal pain, nosebleeds, and weight loss. Heart inflammation, with accompanying rapid heartbeat, murmurs, and enlargement, can lead to valve scarring, markedly shortening life. After recovery, survivors are prone to future attacks. Penicillin given when the initial infection is diagnosed can prevent it. Otherwise, salicylic acid derivatives or corticosteroids help the symptoms
rheumatic fever
a disease caused by a strep infection that may damage the heart valves
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rheumatic fever
Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory reaction of the heart, usually involving the valves as a consequence of streptococcal infection
rheumatic fever
Streptococcal infection occasionally causes a more generalized disease or inflammation in the joints and heart valves In the heart valves this may progress with time to ultimately damage the valves sufficiently that they must be replaced This is called rheumatic heart disease
rheumatic fever
An acquired disease that causes inflammation of several tissues in the body, particularly joints, skin, heart and central nervous system
rheumatic fever
A disease, usually occurring in childhood, that may follow a streptococcal infection If the infection involves the heart, scars may form on heart valves, and the heart's outer lining may be damaged Symptoms may include fever, sore or swollen joints, skin rash, involuntary muscle twitching, and development of nodules under the skin
rheumatic fever
a systemic disease accompanied by fever and inflammation that varies in severity, duration, and outcomes It is frequently followed by serious heart or kidney disease
rheumatic fever
A disease occurring after an infection with a certain type of bacteria (streptococci) Usually after a sore throat Its features include an arthritis, skin rash among other things It is now uncommon in the developed world but still occurs commonly elsewhere
rheumatic fever
disease that is characterized by fever and pain in the joints
rheumatic fever
a childhood disease that may damage the heart valves or the outer lining of the heart
rheumatic fever
A disease characterized by acute inflammation of the joints, fever, skin rash, nosebleeds, and abdominal pain This disease often damages the heart by scarring its tissues and valves
rheumatic fever
An illness that is caused by bacteria known as "group A beta hemolytic streptococcus" and can damage the heart valves and other types of connective tissue in the body
rheumatic fever
A disease, usually occurring in childhood, that may follow a streptococcal infection Symptoms may include fever, sore or swollen joints, skin rash, involuntary muscle twitching, and development of nodules under the skin If the infection involves the heart, scars may form on heart valves, and the heart's outer lining may be damaged
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