disease

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
hastalık

Hastalıklarla mücadele etmek için doktorlar ilaçlar öneriyor. - Doctors suggest drugs to fight diseases.

Kanser tek değil fakat yüzlerce farklı hastalıklardan biridir. - Cancer is not one but more than one hundred distinct diseases.

{i} rahatsızlık
maraz
{i} illet
sayrılık
dert
contagious disease
bulaşıcı hastalık
disease control
hastalık kontrolü
disease models
(Tıp) hastalık modelleri
disease insurance
hastalık sigortası
disease caused by herpesvirus
hastalık herpesvirus neden
disease of elms caused by a fungus
karaağaçların bir mantar neden olduğu hastalık
disease of the nerves
sınır hastalığı
disease of the nervous system
sınır sistemi hastalığı
disease of unknown aetiology
(Tıp, İlaç) Nedeni bilinmeyen hastalık
disease or disability
hastalık veya sakatlık
disease prevalence
(Tıp, İlaç) Belirli bir hastalığın toplumdaki görülme sıklığı
disease's
hastalığın
disease, illness, variola
hastalığı, hastalık, çiçek hastalığı
disease, plural of trypanosomiasis
hastalığı, trypanosomiasis çoğul
disease-causing
hastalığa neden olan
disease and environmental alert report
(Askeri) hastalık ve çevresel alarm raporu
disease and nonbattle injury
(Askeri) hastalık ve muharebe dışı yaralanma
disease and nonbattle injury casualty
(Askeri) hastalığa ve muharebe dışı yaralanmaya bağlı zayiat
disease healing
hastalık iyileştirme
disease warning
hastalık ihbarı
died of disease
(Askeri) hastalıktan ölen
died of disease
(Askeri) HASTALIKTAN ÖLEN, HASTALIKTAN ÖLMÜŞ
died of disease
(Askeri) hastalıktan ölmüş
diseased
{s} hasta
diseased
{s} hasta, sayrı; hastalıklı
Non-infectious disease
Bulaşıcı olmayan hastalık
patent disease
Açık hastalık, herkes tarafından görülebilen hastalık
diseased
{s} rahatsız
diseased
{s} hastalıklı
foot and mouth disease
şap hastalığı
lyme disease
(Tıp) laym hastalığı
acute disease
(Tıp) akut hastalık
chest disease
(Tıp) göğüs hastalığı
endemic disease
(Tıp) endemi
fatal disease
ağır hastalık
indolent disease
(Tıp) acısız seyreden hastalık
indolent disease
(Tıp) ağrısız
little’s disease
(Tıp) little hastalığı
nervous disease
(Tıp) asabiye
non-transmissible disease
Bulaşıcı olmayan hastalık
occupational disease
(Tıp) teknopati
overcome his disease
hastalığı yenmek
prevent the disease
hastalığı önlemek
rust disease
(Denizbilim) pas hastalığı
serious disease
ağır hastalık
skin disease
(Tıp) temriye
still's disease
(Tıp) stil hastalığı
Addison's disease
Adison hastalığı
animal disease
hayvan hastalığı
bleeder's disease
akan kanın kolay dinmemesi hastalığı
bleeders disease
akan kanın kolay dinmemesi hastalığı
bright's disease
böbrek hastalığı
deficiency disease
vitaminsizlik hastalığı
epidemic contagious disease
salgın hastalık
eye disease
göz hastalığı
foot-and-mouth disease
şap hastalığı
genetic disease
genetik facia
gland disease
gudde hastalığı
glandular disease
gudde hastalığı
graves' disease
hiper tiroid
hansen's disease
hansen hastalığı
heart disease
kalp hastalığı

Çok fazla yağ yemek kalp hastalığına sebep olmalı. - Eating too much fat is supposed to cause heart disease.

Sağlıklı bir şekilde yemek yemek kalp hastalığını önlemeye yardımcı olabilir. - Eating healthfully can help prevent heart disease.

inflammatory disease
ateşli hastalık
kidney disease
böbrek hastalığı
leaf roll disease
yaprak kıvrılma hastalığı
liver disease
karaciğer hastalığı
mental disease
akıl hastalığı
mosaic disease
mozaik hastalığı
nematode disease
nematodoz
neurological disease
sinir hastalığı
occupational disease
meslek hastalığı
organic disease
organik hastalık
parkinson's disease
parkinson hastalığı
parkinson's disease
titremeli felç
respiratory disease
solunum hastalığı
skin disease
cilt hastalığı
social disease
sosyal hastalık
systemic disease
sistemik hastalık
Johne's disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Besi hayvanlarında paratüberküloz hastalığı
Sexually transmitted disease
Cinsel temas yoluyla bulaşan hastalık
an incurable disease
tedavisi olmayan bir hastalık
behçet disease
Behçet Hastalığı kronik ve kesin tedavisi olmayan bir hastalıktır. Ağızda tekrarlayan aftlar (ülserler), Genital bölgelerde (cinsel organ çevresinde) yara bırakan ağrılı ülserler, Gözde üveit (gözün iç yapılarında iltihap)Bunlara ilave olarak: Eklem iltihapları (artrit) Damar iltihapları (vaskülit) Anevrizmalar Pıhtılaşma eğilimi olan dış görünümüyle dermatolojik bir hatalık türüdür
bluetongue disease
mavidil hastalığı
bowel disease
bağırsak hastalığı
bright disease
Parlak hastalığı
communicable disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Bulaşıcı hastalık

Communicable diaseases have been mostly eradicated in cities, due to a concerted vaccination programme for children.

condition, malady, disease
klima, illet, hastalık
creuzfeld-jakob disease
creuzfeld-Jakob Hastalığı
diseases
hastalıkları
diseases
hastalıklar
dutch elm disease
Hollanda karaağaç hastalığı
fifth disease
ringelröteln
food and mouth disease
şap hastalığı

foot and mouth disease = hoof and mouth disease.

gum disease
dişeti hastalığı
hodgkins disease
Hodgkin hastalığı
huntington's disease
Huntington hastalığı
illness, disease, sickness, malady
hastalık, hastalığı, hastalık, illet
neurological disease
sınır hastalığı
non-described disease
görülmemiş hastalık
preventative of disease
hastalığı önleyici
rabbit calicivirus disease
tavşan calicivirus hastalığı
rheumatic heart disease
romatizmal kalp hastalığı
sickle cell disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Orak hücre hastalığı
terminal disease
terminal hastalığı
widespread outbreak of a disease
bir hastalığın yaygın salgın
diseased
mariz
diseased
Hem vücutça hem akılca hasta idi
diseased
He was diseased in body and mind
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any abnormal or harmful condition, as of society, people's attitudes, way of living etc

War is not man's great and terrible disease; war is a symptom, a result. The real disease is the virus of national sovereignty.

An abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort or dysfunction; distinct from injury insofar as the latter is usually instantaneously acquired

The tomato plants had some kind of disease that left their leaves splotchy and fruit withered.

To infect with a disease
To cause unease; to annoy, irritate

mote he soft himselfe appease, / And fairely fare on foot, how euer loth; / His double burden did him sore disease.

{i} sickness, illness
An involuntary disability Alcoholism is a chronic disease consisting of genetic, psychosocial, and environmental elements
{n} a distempter, sickness, uneasiness, pain
{v} to afflict, vex, torment, pain, infect
Sickness; illness; an interruption, or disturbance of the bodily functions or organs, which causes or threatens pain and weakness
any impairment of an organism's vital functions or systems, including interruption, cessation, proliferation, or other malfunction
An abnormal condition of body structure and function, usually indicated by symptoms
Any departure from health; a particular destructive process in an organ or organism with a specific cause and symptoms
The term disease commonly refers to any deviation from the normal structure or function of the human body that is manifested by a characteristic set of one or more signs or symptoms The FDA is no longer proposing to broaden the definition of disease to include such conditions as pregnancy, menopause, and aging
A pathological condition of the body that presents a group of clinical signs, symptoms, and laboratory findings peculiar to it and setting the condition apart as an abnormal entity differing from other normal or pathological condition (CMD 1997)
To deprive of ease; to disquiet; to trouble; to distress
A process, not a thing, that represents the response of an organism to injury that affects its normal structure, functions or economic value and is expressed in characteristic pathological responses called symptoms
Any impairment of the normal function of an organism
To derange the vital functions of; to afflict with disease or sickness; to disorder; used almost exclusively in the participle diseased
an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
Any interruption of the normal function of any body organ, part, or system that appears abnormal
Organisms suffer from disease when their normal function is impaired by some genetic disorder, or more often from the activity of a parasite or other organism living within them Many diseases are caused by viruses, bacteria, or fungi
A general term used to refer to any departure from health in which a patient suffers It can be defined as disorder of bodily function or destructive processes in organs, organs' systems or in an organism with recognizable signs and symptoms, and in many cases a known cause The words disease, illness and sickness are used often interchangeably but are not synonymous Rather, whereas disease relates to a physiological or psychological dysfunction, an illness is the subjective state of a patient who feels unwell and sickness encompasses a state of social dysfunction, such as the role that the individual assumes when ill
A condition of an organ, part, structure, or system of the body in which there is incorrect function
A general term describing a morbid condition which can be defined by objective, physical signs (e g hypertension), subjective symptoms or mental phobias, disorder of function (e g biochemical abnormality), or disorders of structure (anatomic or pathological change) Existence of disease may be questioned in disorder of structure without associated disorder of function
"Lack of ease " Departure from the state of health or normality Disease is a process, not a thing and represents the response of the body to injury or insult
An involuntary disability Alcoholism is a chronic disease consisting of genetic, psychosocial and environmental elements
Lack of ease; uneasiness; trouble; vexation; disquiet
Any malfunctioning of host cells and tissues that results from continuous irritation by a pathogenic agent or environmental factor and leads to development of symptoms
A condition of abnormal vital function involving any structure, part, or system of the patient/client
(Chiropractic Definition) the absence of health, a condition where the body has lost its ability to heal itself and is thereby susceptible to growth of organisms that are present in the body even in healthy situations
n   1 A pathological condition in an organism resulting from infection or genetic defect, for example, and characterized by identifiable symptoms   2 A condition or tendency, as of society, regarded as abnormal and harmful **
An alteration in the state of the body or of some of its organs, interrupting or disturbing the performance of the vital functions, and causing or threatening pain and weakness; malady; affection; illness; sickness; disorder; applied figuratively to the mind, to the moral character and habits, to institutions, the state, etc
Any abnormality of bodily structure or function, other than those arising directly from injury
A disease is an illness which affects people, animals, or plants, for example one which is caused by bacteria or infection. the rapid spread of disease in the area. illnesses such as heart disease. brown lung disease Hansen disease degenerative joint disease Addison disease Alzheimer disease Lou Gehrig disease autoimmune disease Bright disease celiac disease Centers for Disease Control and Prevention congenital heart disease coronary heart disease ischemic heart disease Creutzfeldt Jakob disease caisson disease Dutch elm disease hemolytic disease of the newborn foot and mouth disease hoof and mouth disease gastroesophageal reflux disease glycogen storage disease Graves disease heart disease Hodgkin disease Korsakoff disease Legionnaire disease lipid storage disease Lyme disease mad cow disease Minamata disease occupational disease Paget disease of bone pelvic inflammatory disease pulmonary heart disease hyaline membrane disease sexually transmitted disease Tay Sachs disease Wilson disease
"Lack of ease" Departure from the state of health or normality Disease is a process, not a thing and represents the responses of the body to injury or insult Although health and disease are concepts that do not easily lend themselves to simple definition, diseases have certain characteristics that are definable, for example
a state in which a function or part of the body is no longer in a healthy condition
May be defined as a failure of the adaptive mechanisms of an organism to counteract adequately, normally, or appropriately to stimuli and stresses to which it is subjected, resulting in a disturbance in the function or structure of some part of the organism This definition emphasizes that disease is multi factorial and may be prevented or treated by changing any or a combination of the factors Disease is a very elusive and difficult concept to define, being largely socially defined Thus, criminality and drug dependence are presently seen by some as diseases, when they were previously considered to be moral or legal problems
stress condition produced by the effects of a pathogen on a susceptible host
morbidity
disease carrier
something which carries and possibly transmits a disease (i.e. animal, insect, person)
disease of the neuromuscular junction
a disease characterized by impairment of neuromuscular junctions
dirt breeds disease
messiness and bad hygiene lead to poor health
Addison's disease
a disorder in which the adrenal glands fail to produce a sufficient quantity of steroids, causing a brownish discoloration of the skin

Nearly thirty years before the date of Addison's discovery, his eminent colleague, Dr. Bright, had observed and recorded, in his celebrated 'Reports of Medical Cases,' a case of Addison's disease.

Alzheimer's disease
A disorder involving loss of mental functions resulting from brain tissue changes; senile dementia of Alzheimer's type
Armenian disease
familial Mediterranean fever
Barlow's disease
The disease scurvy in infants
Bayoud disease
A disease of date palms, caused by the fungus Fusarium oxysporum
Behcet's disease
Alternative spelling of Behçet's disease
Behçet's disease
A multi-system disorder involving ulcerations on the mouth and sometimes the genitals, notorious for causing hypopyon uveitis (actually a rare symptom)
Bright's disease
Any of several diseases of the kidney characterized by inflammation, and the presence of albumin in the urine; nephritis
Brill-Zinsser disease
A delayed relapse of epidemic typhus, occurring some time after the original infection
Cheadle's disease
The disease scurvy, especially in infants
Christmas disease
haemophilia B
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
A rare, progressive, currently fatal disease of the nervous system, characterized by dementia and loss of muscle control. A prion disease, apparently transmissible from animals to humans by eating infected tissue, as well as from tissue interchanges among humans (corneal transplants, blood transfusions)
Crohn's disease
Crohn’s regional enteritis, a chronic inflammatory disease that can involve any part of the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus
Dutch elm disease
A disease of elm trees caused by an Ascomycete fungus and spread by bark beetles
Gaucher's disease
A genetic disease in which lipid accumulates in cells and certain organs
Graves' disease
Hyperthyroidism accompanied by protrusion of the eyeballs
Hansen's disease
The disease leprosy
Hirschsprung's disease
Congenital aganglionic megacolon, a disorder in which the bowel is obstructed by an aganglionic section of bowel and the colon becomes enlarged
Hodgkin's disease
The former name of Hodgkin's lymphoma
Huntington's disease
the former name of Huntington's chorea
Johne's disease
a chronic, contagious and often fatal disease of cattle, sheep and goats, caused by the intestinal bacterium Mycobacterium paratuberculosis, characterized by inflammation of the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract
Kashin-Beck disease
An osteoarticular disease that occurs mainly in China and causes pain and restriction of movement in the joints
Kashin-Bek disease
Alternative form of Kashin-Beck disease
Kawasaki disease
an illness of childhood that causes fever, lymphadenopathy, elevated platelet count, and a variety of other symptoms
Kienbock's disease
A painful disease of the wrist that results from loss of circulation to the lunate bone
Lou Gehrig's disease
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a form of motor neuron disease
Lyme disease
Infection by a bacterium of the genus Borrelia which is transmitted by ticks. Symptoms include a rash followed by fever, joint pain, and headaches
MEB disease
muscle-eye-brain disease
Marburg disease
A viral infection characterised by a high fever, encephalitis, diarrhea, vomiting, and severe bleeding from bodily orifices, and which is often fatal
Marie's disease
The disease hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy
Marie's disease
The disease acromegaly
McArdle's disease
Glycogen storage disease type V, a metabolic disorder caused by a deficiency of myophosphorylase
Minamata disease
A neurological syndrome caused by severe mercury poisoning
Moeller's disease
The disease scurvy, especially in infants
Ménière's disease
A disorder of the inner ear, caused by lymphatic channel dilation and characterized by episodes of dizziness and tinnitus and progressive hearing loss, usually in one ear
Möller-Barlow disease
The disease scurvy, especially in infants
Newcastle disease
A highly contagious disease of poultry
Paget's disease
The bone disease osteitis deformans
Parkinson's disease
A chronic neurological disorder resulting in lack of control over movement; poor balance and coordination; and similar symptoms
Peyronie's disease
A connective tissue disorder involving the growth of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis, causing abnormal curvature
Raynaud's disease
A disease characterized by low blood flow to the fingers, toes, and/or ears
Refsum's disease
A peroxisomal neurological disease that results in the malformation of myelin sheaths around nerve cells
Salla disease
An autosomal-recessive lysosomal storage disease characterized by early physical impairment and mental retardation
Wilson's disease
An autosomal-recessive genetic disorder in which copper accumulates in tissues, resulting in neurological or psychiatric symptoms and liver disease
Zuska's disease
A rare recurrent condition characterized by draining abscesses around the nipple
bronze disease
Addison's disease
caisson disease
The painful condition in which bubbles of nitrogen form in body tissues after a person makes too-rapid a transition from high atmospheric pressure to lower atmospheric pressure
calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate deposition disease
A medical condition, also called pseudogout or CPPD, which resembles gout but results from precipitation of crystals in the joints by a different compound
celiac disease
US spelling of coeliac disease
chronic granulomatous disease
Any of a group of hereditary defects in the ability of some phagocytes to kill certain bacteria; the resulting infection
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
A group of diseases characterized by the pathological limitation of airflow in the airway that is not fully reversible. May be caused by reactive airways, chronic infection, congenital defects, or, most commonly, cigarette smoking. Generally does not include neoplasms, which could also obstruct airways
coeliac disease
An auto-immune disease characterised by sensitivity of the lining of the small intestine to gluten, causing a failure to digest food properly
coronary artery disease
Any disease caused by the accumulation of fatty deposits in the coronary arteries that supply blood to the myocardium
coronary heart disease
Any disease caused by the accumulation of fatty deposits in the coronary arteries that supply blood to the myocardium
diseased
Affected with or suffering from disease
fifth disease
The manifestation as rashes of a particular viral infection
food-borne disease
A disease which is contracted from eating contaminated food
foot-and-mouth disease
A highly contagious and sometimes fatal viral disease that can affect animals with cloven hooves

So Joe starts telling the citizen about the foot and mouth disease and the cattle traders and taking action in the matter and the citizen sending them all to the rightabout and Bloom coming out with his sheepdip for the scab and a hoose drench for coughing calves and the guaranteed remedy for timber tongue.

foot-in-mouth disease
A tendency to make remarks that are embarrassingly wrong or inappropriate

Maybe you suffer from foot-in-mouth disease, too, at least occasionally. If so, then I expect you've also learned about the remedy.

green monkey disease
A viral disease of humans and primates originating in green monkeys, caused by the Marburg virus
hemolytic disease
A hemolytic disease (one that destroys red blood cells releasing hemoglobin)
hemolytic disease
especially erythroblastosis fetalis
industrial disease
disease or disability caused by employment, such as repetitive acts or exposure to chemicals
kissing disease
Nickname for mononucleosis

It was in a college, West Point, that infectious mononucleosis won a romantic reputation. . . . Investigators at a girls' school also found post-vacation peaks, and mono became known as the kissing disease.

mad cow disease
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
motor neuron disease
Any of a group of progressive neurological disorders attacking motor neurons
muscle-eye-brain disease
A congenital muscular dystrophy associated with severe myopia or glaucoma and mental retardation or hydrocephalus
parrot disease
psittacosis
plant disease
A disease that affects plants
pulseless disease
Takayasu's arteritis
sexually transmitted disease
Any of various diseases that are usually contracted through sexual contact
sickle-cell disease
A disease characterized by sickle-shaped red blood cells
tropical disease
any infectious disease which occurs only, or more often, in tropical or subtropical regions
venereal disease
Any of several contagious diseases, such as syphilis and gonorrhea, contracted through sexual intercourse
von Willebrand disease
An hereditary disease, characterized by a tendency to hemorrhage, and caused by a defect in blood platelet activity
von Willebrand's disease
An hereditary disease, characterized by a tendency to hemorrhage, and caused by a defect in blood platelet activity
wasting disease
Generic description of a medical condition that causes pronounced loss of body mass

He suffered from a horrible wasting disease and lost 100 pounds in only two weeks.

winter vomiting disease
The gastroenteritic illness caused by noroviruses

epidemic collapse, epidemic nausea and vomiting, winter vomiting disease, severe gastroenteritis in infants and children, and sporadic gastroenteritis.

Non-infectious disease
A non-communicable disease, or NCD, is a medical condition or disease, which by definition is non-infectious and non-transmissible among people
non-transmissible disease
A non-communicable disease, or NCD, is a medical condition or disease, which by definition is non-infectious and non-transmissible among people
diseased
{a} afflicted with a distemper, paind
Chronic Lung Disease
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD; formerly Chronic Lung Disease of Infancy) is a chronic lung disorder that is most common among children who were born prematurely, with low birthweights and who received prolonged mechanical ventilation to treat respiratory distress syndrome
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD), also known as rabbit calicivirus disease (RCD), is an infectious disease that affects only rabbits. It targets the hepatocytes of infected rabbits, leading to disseminated intravascular coagulation. The incubation period is 24 to 48 hours and death occurs 6 to 24 hours from the start of fever. The disease is highly infectious, and is spread by the rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus
Zahorsky's disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Roseola infantum (exanthema subitum, sixth disease, Zahorsky's disease) is a benign viral endemic illness of infants and young children, caused by human herpesvirus 6 (of which there are two strains, A and B) and possibly by herpesvirus 7. It is characterized by abrupt, high, sustained or spiking fever, mild pharyngitis, and lymph node enlargement
crohn's disease
Crohn's disease (also known as regional enteritis) is a chronic, episodic, inflammatory condition of the gastrointestinal tract characterized by transmural inflammation (affecting the entire wall of the involved bowel) and skip lesions (areas of inflammation with areas of normal lining between). Crohn's disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus; as a result, the symptoms of Crohn's disease vary between affected individuals. The main gastrointestinal symptoms are abdominal pain, diarrhea (which may be bloody) or constipation, and weight loss. Crohn's disease can also cause complications outside of the gastrointestinal tract such as skin rashes, arthritis, and inflammation of the eye
immune-mediated disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Immune-mediated diseases are conditions which result from abnormal activity of the body's immune system. The immune system may over-react (for example, immune-mediated contact dermatitis) or start attacking the body (for example, autoimmune hemolytic anemia). Autoimmune diseases are a subset of immune-mediated diseases
meniere's disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Ménière's disease is a disorder of the inner ear that can affect hearing and balance. It is characterized by episodes of dizziness and tinnitus and progressive hearing loss, usually in one ear. It is caused by an increase in volume and pressure of the endolymph of the inner ear. It is named after the French physician Prosper Ménière, who first reported that vertigo was caused by inner ear disorders in an article published in 1861
non-communicable disease
(Tıp, İlaç) A non-communicable disease, or NCD, is(not a) a medical condition or disease which by definition is non-infectious and non-transmissable between persons
parkinson's disease
(Tıp, İlaç) A chronic progressive neurological disease chiefly of later life that is linked to decreased dopamine production in the substantia nigra and is marked especially by tremor of resting muscles, rigidity, slowness of movement, impaired balance, and a shuffling gait ― called also paralysis agitans
sixth disease
(Tıp, İlaç) Roseola infantum (exanthema subitum, sixth disease, Zahorsky's disease) is a benign viral endemic illness of infants and young children, caused by human herpesvirus 6 (of which there are two strains, A and B) and possibly by herpesvirus 7. It is characterized by abrupt, high, sustained or spiking fever, mild pharyngitis, and lymph node enlargement
diseased
Something that is diseased is affected by a disease. The arteries are diseased and a transplant is the only hope healthy
diseased
caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology; "diseased tonsils"; "a morbid growth"; "pathologic tissue"; "pathological bodily processes"
diseased
Afflicted with disease
diseased
{s} sick, infected
diseased
pathological
diseases
plural of disease
diseases
bacterial diseases fungal diseases protozoal diseases viral diseases
disease

    Расстановка переносов

    dis·ease

    Турецкое произношение

    dîziz

    Антонимы

    health

    Произношение

    /dəˈzēz/ /dɪˈziːz/

    Этимология

    [ di-'zEz ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English disese from Anglo-Norman desese, disaise from Old French desaise (dis- +‎ ease). Displaced native Middle English adle, audle "disease" (from Old English ādl "disease, sickness"), Middle English cothe, coathe "disease" (from Old English coþu "disease").

    Времена

    diseases, diseasing, diseased

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