In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(temperature)fiebre femininecalentura feminineto have a high fever — tener mucha fiebre / una fiebre muy alta
- she has a fever of 102 — tiene 39 de fiebre
- to run a fever — tener fiebre / calentura
- You might commonly take it for a headache, a fever or for arthritis pain.
- Aspirin is good for relieving pain, reducing fevers, and reducing inflammation caused by injury or arthritis.
- The beneficial effects of hot baths and malarial fevers in syphilis were noted as early as the 15th century.
- You have a severe headache with fever, sickness and possibly a rash.
- Clinical history revealed a mild flu-like illness accompanied by a low-grade fever over the past week.
- The reaction typically occurs 7 to 10 days after starting the drug and is associated with fevers, diarrhoea, respiratory symptoms and it is extremely unpleasant for the patient.
- Rarely, flu can develop into a high fever, acute bronchitis, encephalitis and pneumonia.
- The major uses I have employed it for are upper respiratory conditions, allergies, coughs, colds, bronchitis, fevers, flu, asthma and emphysema for which it is effective.
- Your body raises its temperature, creating a fever, in an attempt to kill off harmful microorganisms.
- Initial signs and symptoms are generalized malaise, chills, fevers, headaches, arthralgias, and a nonproductive cough.
- A person with glandular fever is most infectious when they have a fever (high temperature).
- I've been plagued by nausea and fever the last few days, so don't expect any works of literature from me.
- There is tenderness over the appendix, often accompanied by a slight fever, a facial flush, and a rapid pulse.
- Tooth abscesses can also cause fever (high temperature), shivers and general aches and pains.
- Illness is characterized by abrupt onset of fever, myalgia and headache.
- Patients commonly reported headache, fever, nausea or vomiting, stiff neck, and photophobia.
- Lassa fever presents with symptoms and signs indistinguishable from those of febrile illnesses such as malaria and other viral haemorrhagic fevers such as Ebola.
- For some reason, children's bodies are less able to control high temperatures and fevers and sometimes this seems to cause a seizure.
- Call your doctor if your child also gets a fever, diarrhea, headache, or skin rash.
- Maternal fever and suspected neonatal infection were the indications with the lowest examination rates.
- The air is thick with sweat and sweet perfume, the fever of adolescence.
- When the girls had left, Zara turned to Paz in a fever of agitation.
- Why then, last November, did I find Georgians in such a fever of expectation?
- He shifted in his sleep, his eyes fluttering in the fever of a dream.
2(agitated state)the town was in a fever over the visit — la ciudad estaba revolucionada con la visita
- election/gold fever — fiebre electoral/del oro
- war fever gripped the country — el fervor bélico se había adueñado del país
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