Translation of viral in Spanish:

viral

viral, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈvʌɪr(ə)l//ˈvaɪrəl/

adjective

  • 1

    Medicine
    (infection/disease/illness) viral
    (disease/illness/infection) vírico
    • Pieces of DNA are inserted into a bacterial or viral host in a form that replicates asexually.
    • It is difficult for non-medically trained people to know if their ailment is bacterial or viral.
    • A really complex microfluidic device ought to be able to synthesis a viral pathogen.
    • Neither do attacks appear viral or worm-like in nature, as had been suspected.
    • There are a number of causes of meningitis, including viral and bacterial infections.
    • Swabs taken into viral culture medium yielded herpes simplex virus type 2.
    • Dogs can be a host to several bacterial and viral infections that you can contract such as ring worm.
    • The doctor checks other symptoms presented by the patient, to work out whether the tonsillitis is viral or bacterial.
    • There is no guaranteed way of preventing viral and bacterial infections.
    • Such infections would include viral and intracellular bacterial infections.
    • It is a form of infection which is generally from the food passing through the bowels and can be bacterial or even viral.
    • Oral herpes is a viral infection that affects the mouth, throat, and parts of the face.
    • The complexities that surround the properties of viral bacteria are discussed with wonderful clarity.
    • Some doctors believe that pityriasis rosea is caused by a viral or bacterial infection.
    • Further tests should show whether the whale had any bacterial or viral infection.
    • The three most common types of conjunctivitis are: viral, allergic and bacterial.
    • It is a sign of other problems in the body, and is usually caused by a viral or bacterial infection.
    • Wild gorillas suffer a range of viral and bacterial illnesses as well as internal and external parasites.
    • Symptoms and signs of influenza in children are not specific and can mimic a range of other common respiratory viral pathogens.
    • Many serious viral and bacterial infections can now be prevented or treated by vaccination or antibiotics.
  • 2

    (on Internet)
    viral
    to go viral viralizarse
    • In fact the email is not viral, but the product of an online marketing initiative run by the e-card company.
    • Weblogs are a viral medium of expression, spread by contact with webloggers.
    • It's a shame really, because the viral nature of the webnetthingy could have one of two profound effects on politics.
    • Using multimedia, his blog and the viral nature of the net, he's shown that one voice can echo around the world.
    • The resulting viral spread of hype ensured that their debut album became the fastest selling record in British history.