Traducción de malaria en Español:


malaria, n.

Pronunciación /məˈlɛːrɪə//məˈlɛriə/


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    malaria femenino
    paludismo masculino
    (tablet) (before noun) contra la malaria
    (tablet) (before noun) contra el paludismo
    • Small changes in the distribution of malaria may therefore expose large numbers of people to infection.
    • Most people get malaria by being bitten by an infected female Anopheles mosquito.
    • The result of this was a significant increase in cases of malaria and dengue fever.
    • More heat will also mean the spread of water-borne diseases such as malaria.
    • Benign tertian malaria may not be seen until several years after arrival.
    • Tuberculosis and malaria are the two major causes of illness and death in the nation.
    • These mutations and their impact on the epidemiology of malaria are described below.
    • The majority of the people she sees are suffering from malaria, tuberculosis and skin diseases.
    • Tony Campolo said that response is like trying to get rid of malaria by killing mosquitoes.
    • Japanese researchers may have discovered how to block an essential step in the transmission of malaria.
    • We found limited evidence linking number of mosquito bites and risk of malaria.
    • The threats of malaria and diarrhoeal diseases will only further increase with the onset of rains.
    • It has been known for some time that some mosquitoes transmit malaria, while others do not.
    • Adults with malaria who grew up in parts of Africa where malaria is endemic are common in our intensive care unit.
    • Preventable diseases such as malaria and diarrhea and cholera are a major killer.
    • With thousands of bodies lying on streets there was a risk of malaria and dengue fever.
    • Fixed dose drugs have proved successful in treating malaria and tuberculosis.
    • In tropical and sub-tropical areas, malaria is one of the world's biggest killers.
    • Fever or malaria remained the second most important cause of death throughout the recall period.
    • Others die as the result of completely avoidable diseases such as malaria and diarrhoea.