In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Medicine(disease) infeccioso(disease) contagiosois she still infectious? — ¿aún es contagioso lo que tiene?
- Mumps is highly infectious and spreads rapidly in susceptible people living in close proximity.
- Glandular fever is an infectious illness that causes swelling of the lymph nodes.
- It was thought that close contact with an infected person was needed for the infectious agent to spread from one person to another.
- Some of the cheapest meat is stripped by machines and high-pressure jets from the bone, which is likely to be highly infectious in a sick cow.
- The cull of a flock of 9,000 pheasants was under way yesterday after confirmation of a highly infectious bird disease.
- There are also some major infectious diseases for which vaccinations have not been developed.
- Dutch botanist Martinus Bijerinck called this infectious fluid contagium vivum fluidum.
- MPs poured out of the Commons potentially spreading any infectious agent.
- Lyme disease is an infectious illness caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi.
- Must my rejected bag secretly be destroyed to prevent the spread of infectious agents?
- Bone lesions from infectious disease or parasitic infection are rare.
- Those treated can support their families and are likely to be less infectious.
- However, the bacteria are not as infectious as the common cold and cannot be spread by casual contact.
- Our feeling, however, is that they most likely contain a single infectious capsid.
- Measles is highly infectious and could spread very quickly.
- Molecular biology has had a major impact on medical microbiology and infectious disease.
- Unravelling the genetic and environmental determinants of infectious disease will soon be feasible.
- The classic means of protecting persons exposed to infectious diseases is vaccination.
- This cross sectional survey was not designed to provide direct evidence of transmission of infectious diseases in prison.
- What if I tell myself the rash will go away and it becomes infectious and spreads even further?
- She was misdiagnosed with gastro-enteritis, and transferred to Castle Hill because it was felt she was infectious.
- By the way, colds spread through touching infectious surfaces or inhaling viruses.
- Against this background, the emergence of new human infectious diseases or viruses is unsurprising.
- A person with glandular fever is most infectious when they have a fever (high temperature).
- However, conjunctivitis caused by the common cold is very infectious and can spread rapidly between people.
- Severe acute respiratory syndrome is highly infectious and potentially lethal.
- He was taken to the infectious diseases hospital three days later.
- Clean bathroom surfaces also help prevent the spread of infectious germs.
2(gaiety/enthusiasm/laughter) contagioso(rhythm) pegadizo(rhythm) pegajoso Latin America River Plate
- Poverty is something that is contagious and infectious in our community.
- Darlene simply had the kind of infectious positive attitude that influenced everyone in her presence.
- Valencians don't simply watch fireworks - they almost commune with them and the feeling is infectious.
- A most pleasant man, his naturally friendly manner and infectious good humour have made him a popular member of the Ship's Company.
- Seeing Chris thrashing around his drum kit made Steven smile and the infectious smile spread to Donnie.
- Your enthusiasm is infectious; it spreads as rapidly through conversations as it does through bloodlines.
- The dog had an infectious energy, a boisterous nature, that spread wherever he bounded.
- He had a wonderful sense of humour and an infectious, hearty laugh.
- Nevertheless, she understands the essence of the formula, and applies it in a manner that is infectious.
- She had a warm personality combined with a loud infectious laugh.
- Not only that, but it's the infectious happiness of the manner, with the very sterile, factual detailing of demise that is the content.
- His infectious enthusiasm for technology is spread through his weblog.
- The balance of chilly remove and infectious abandon that Morton conveys adds much to Morvern's allure.
- The author's enthusiasm and infectious desire to communicate his ideas comes across loud and clear.
- Long had he been plagued by an infectious fear of spreading weakness in times that demanded strength.
- Neville Garden communicated his own infectious enthusiasm, week after week for many years, through his work as a critic.
- His quick wit and absolutely infectious laugh are almost as entertaining as the show itself.
- It does make you an energetic person, and one who has an infectious and personable manner.
- The problem is once you fall for the guy with the infectious laugh or the girl that takes your breath away, you have to get them to notice you.
- He grinned slowly, an infectious smile that soon spread, spanning ear to ear.
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