Translation of malady in Spanish:

malady

mal, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmalədi//ˈmælədi/

noun

literary

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    mal masculine literary
    enfermedad feminine
    • Regular physical malady we diagnose the ailment and develop a course of treatment.
    • Salversan also proved effective against other maladies such as yaws.
    • Over the years, curcumin has gained much attention in the scientific world for its benefits on maladies including HIV, cancer and Alzheimer's disease.
    • Many members used to be troubled by various chronic or acute maladies such as arthritis, stomach disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.
    • One is able to regard the country as very healthy, despite the regrettable maladies that frequently afflict it in the form of plague, dysentery and small pox.
    • The clinician must look for tuberculosis, and confirm or exclude this treatable malady in any patient who presents with gastrointestinal disease.
    • Then there is the mysterious malady called brain fever, which always attacks the heroine after a crisis, but which is unknown under that name to the textbooks.
    • He aged with dignity despite kidney disease and other maladies.
    • Why spend a lot of money hunting down the cause of an incurable malady when it isn't going to make any difference in the outcome?
    • Since fiber also helps prevent cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other maladies, you should be screaming for fiber by now.
    • Health specialists have called for a shift in the focus and urge on the need for considerable attention to skin diseases in addition to acute maladies like heart diseases and cancer.
    • When Nora was still a toddler, Woody began to succumb to Huntington's Disease, the hereditary malady that killed his mother.
    • Maybe mad cow disease is the malady I have - perfect that a Hindu would get it.
    • Pack medicine for common travel maladies such as diarrhea, headaches and allergies.
    • He was Prince John, the youngest son of George V, born in 1905 and afflicted with the dreaded malady of kings - epilepsy.
    • In spite of well-publicized increases in obesity, diabetes and other maladies, Americans in general are living longer, healthier lives.
    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a new name for an old malady.
    • He was emphatic that chickenpox was not a milder version of smallpox and that the two were distinct maladies.
    • Cancer has become the most threatening malady next to cardiovascular diseases.