14365356-n 'a rise in the temperature of the body';
Bulgarian температура
Catalan pirèxia , febre
Chinese (simplified) 发烧 , 发热 , 热病
Danish feber
Greek πυρετός
English fever4 () , febrility , febricity , pyrexia () , feverishness ( )
Basque sukar , pirexia , helgaitz , bero
Farsi تب , هیجان
Finnish kuume , kuumeisuus
French fièvre , température
Galician febre
Croatian groznica
Indonesian demam
Icelandic fámennur , hiti , fáir , sótthiti
Italian febbrone , ipertermia , piressia , febbre , iperpiressia
Japanese 熱のある状態 , , 発熱 , 熱発
Dutch koorts , temperatuur , verhoging
Nynorsk feber
Bokmål feber
Polish temperatura , gorączka
Portuguese febre , fèbre
Chinese (traditional)
Romanian febră
Slovene vročica , vročičnost
Spanish fiebre
Swedish feber
Thai ไข้
Malaysian demam
Definitions
Greek
αύξηση στη θερμοκρασία του σώματος, συχνά ως αποτέλεσμα προσβολής από κάποιο ιό ή μόλυνσης
Romanian
Temperatură ridicată a corpului, care constituie reacția organismului la un agent infecțios, toxic etc.
Japanese
身体の体温が上がること; しばしば感染症の症状
English
a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
Italian
temperatura alta del corpo
Indonesian
sering merupakan gejala infeksi
Relations
Hyponym: hyperpyrexia
Hypernym: symptom
Semantic Field: staten
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ PathologicProcess

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.108; Future: 0.000)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.25)


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