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 Übersetzung für 'fever' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a fever | fevers
SYNO febricity | febrility | fever | ...
feverFieber {n}
2421
med.
fever [febrile state]
Fieberzustand {m}
8
med.
fever [disease]
Fieberkrankheit {f}
7
2 Wörter: Andere
fever-bright {adj}fiebrig [Augen]
2 Wörter: Substantive
med.VetMed.
abortus fever [brucellosis]
Morbus Bang {m} [verursacht durch Brucella abortus]
biochem.med.
aetiocholanolone fever [Br.]
Ätiocholanolon-Fieber {n}
med.
Andaman fever
Andamanen-Fieber {n}
VetMed.
aphthous fever
Maul- und Klauenseuche {f} <MKS>
VetMed.
aphtous fever [rare]
Maul- und Klauenseuche {f}
med.
artificial fever
Heilfieber {n}
VetMed.
biliary fever
Pferdepiroplasmose {f}
med.
bilious fever
Gallenfieber {n}
med.
bilious fever
biliöses Fieber {n}
med.
black fever
Schwarzes Fieber {n}
med.
blackwater fever
Schwarzwasserfieber {n}
med.
brain fever
Gehirnfieber {n}
med.
breakbone fever [coll.] [dengue fever]
Knochenbrecherfieber {n} [ugs.] [Denguefieber]
med.
breakbown fever
Knochenbrecherfieber {n} [Denguefieber]
buck fever [coll.]Lampenfieber {n} [ugs. für: Nervosität]
mil.
bugout fever [Am.] [coll.]
[Die Neigung von Truppen sich schnell und ohne ernsthaften Kampf zurückzuziehen.]
cabin fever [coll.]Lagerkoller {m} [ugs.]
cabin fever [coll.]Budenkoller {m} [ugs.]
cabin fever [coll.]Hüttenkoller {m} [ugs.]
med.
camp fever
Lagerfieber {n}
med.VetMed.
canefield fever [field fever]
Feldfieber {n} [Leptospirose]
med.
canicola fever [caused by Leptospira canicola] [leptospirosis]
Canicola-Fieber {n}
med.
catheter fever
Harnfieber {n}
med.
catheter fever
Katheterfieber {n}
med.
chikungunya fever
Chikungunyafieber {n}
med.
childbed fever
Kindbettfieber {n}
med.
Chitral fever [Febris pappataci]
Chitral-Fieber {n}
med.
chumble fever [archaic]
Brucellose {f}
med.
continued fever
anhaltendes Fieber {n}
med.
continued fever [archaic] [brucellosis]
Brucellose {f}
med.
continuous fever
Dauerfieber {f}
med.
Crimean fever [dated] [brucellosis]
Brucellose {f}
med.
Cyprus fever [dated] [brucellosis]
Brucellose {f}
med.
dandy fever
Dandyfieber / Dandy-Fieber {n} [Denguefieber]
med.
dehydration fever
Durstfieber {n}
med.
dengue fever
Denguefieber {n}
med.
dengue fever
Dengue-Fieber {n}
dent.
dentition fever
Zahnfieber {n}
med.
desert fever [Granuloma coccidioides]
Wüstenfieber {n}
diamond feverDiamantenfieber {n}
med.
dog fever [Febris pappataci]
Hundsfieber {n} [ugs.]
med.
dog fever [Febris pappataci]
Hundskrankheit {f} [ugs.]
med.pharm.
drug fever
Arzneimittelfieber {n}
med.
dumdum fever [Splenomegalia tropica]
Dum-Dum-Fieber {n}
pol.
election fever
Wahlfieber {n}
med.
enteric fever
Typhus {m} (abdominalis)
med.
enteric fever <EF>
enterisches Fieber {n}
biochem.med.
etiocholanolone fever
Ätiocholanolon-Fieber {n}
med.
exsiccation fever [thirst fever]
Durstfieber {n}
med.
fever attack
Fieberschub {m}
med.
fever attack
Fieberattacke {f}
med.
fever blister
Fieberblase {f}
med.
fever blister
Fieberbläschen {n}
med.
fever chart
Fieberkurve {f}
med.
fever convulsion
Fieberkrampf {m}
med.
fever convulsions
Fieberkrämpfe {pl}
med.
fever curve [also fig.]
Fieberkurve {f} [auch fig.]
med.
fever dream
Fiebertraum {m}
med.
fever epidemic
Fieberepidemie {f}
med.
fever episode
Fieberepisode {f}
med.
fever fit [fever-induced seizure]
Fieberkrampf {m}
med.
fever patient
Fieberpatient {m} [Fieberkranker]
med.
fever pitch
Fieberanfall {m}
med.
fever reduction
Fiebersenkung {f}
med.
fever response
Fieberreaktion {f}
fever rings­Hufringe {pl}
med.
fever spike [coll.] [febrile seizure]
Fieberanfall {m}
med.
fever spots
Fieberflecken {pl}
med.
fever therapy
Fiebertherapie {f}
med.VetMed.
field fever [a form of leptospirosis caused by Leptospira grippotyphosa]
Feldfieber {n}
med.
Flanders fever [Spanish flu]
Flandernfieber {n} [auch: Flandern-Fieber] [Spanische Grippe]
sports
football fever
Fußballfieber {n}
med.
Gibraltar fever [coll.] [brucellosis]
Gibraltar-Fieber {n} [ugs.] [Brucellose]
med.
glandular fever [Br.]
(Pfeiffersches) Drüsenfieber {n} [alt]
med.
glandular fever [Mononucleosis infectiosa]
Pfeiffer-Drüsenfieber {n} <PDF>
med.
glandular fever <GF> [Mononucleosis infectiosa]
pfeiffersches Drüsenfieber {n} <PD, PDF>
med.
glandular fever <GF> [Mononucleosis infectiosa]
Pfeiffer'sches Drüsenfieber {n} <PD, PDF>
med.
glandular fever <GF> [Mononucleosis infectiosa]
Pfeiffersches Drüsenfieber {n} <PD, PDF> [alt]
med.
goat fever [dated] [brucellosis]
Morbus Bang {m} [auch: Febris undulans {f}]
gold feverGoldfieber {n}
gold feverGoldrausch {m}
med.
haemorrhagic fever <HF> [Br.]
hämorrhagisches Fieber {n} <HF>
med.VetMed.
harvest fever [field fever]
Feldfieber {n} [Leptospirose]
med.
hay fever
Heufieber {n}
med.
hay fever
Heuschnupfen {m}
med.
hectic fever
hektisches Fieber {n}
med.
hemorrhagic fever <HF> [Am.]
hämorrhagisches Fieber {n} <HF>
med.
hemp fever [Cannabiosis]
Hanffieber {n}
med.
hemp fever [Cannabiosis]
Hechelfieber {n}
med.
hemp fever [Cannabiosis]
Hanfstaublunge {f}
med.
high fever
starkes Fieber {n}
travel
holiday fever [Br.]
Reisefieber {n}
hunting
hunting fever
Jagdfieber {n}
med.VetMed.
icterohemorrhagic fever [Am.] [Weil's disease]
Weil-Krankheit {f}
med.
inanition fever [archaic] [dehydration fever]
Durstfieber {n}
med.
intermittent fever
Wechselfieber {n} [veraltet]
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Übersetzung für 'fever' von Englisch nach Deutsch

fever
Fieber {n}
fever [febrile state]
Fieberzustand {m}med.
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fever [disease]
Fieberkrankheit {f}med.

fever-bright {adj}
fiebrig [Augen]

abortus fever [brucellosis]
Morbus Bang {m} [verursacht durch Brucella abortus]med.VetMed.
aetiocholanolone fever [Br.]
Ätiocholanolon-Fieber {n}biochem.med.
Andaman fever
Andamanen-Fieber {n}med.
aphthous fever
Maul- und Klauenseuche {f} <MKS>VetMed.
aphtous fever [rare]
Maul- und Klauenseuche {f}VetMed.
artificial fever
Heilfieber {n}med.
biliary fever
Pferdepiroplasmose {f}VetMed.
bilious fever
Gallenfieber {n}med.

biliöses Fieber {n}med.
black fever
Schwarzes Fieber {n}med.
blackwater fever
Schwarzwasserfieber {n}med.
brain fever
Gehirnfieber {n}med.
breakbone fever [coll.] [dengue fever]
Knochenbrecherfieber {n} [ugs.] [Denguefieber]med.
breakbown fever
Knochenbrecherfieber {n} [Denguefieber]med.
buck fever [coll.]
Lampenfieber {n} [ugs. für: Nervosität]
bugout fever [Am.] [coll.]
[Die Neigung von Truppen sich schnell und ohne ernsthaften Kampf zurückzuziehen.]mil.
cabin fever [coll.]
Lagerkoller {m} [ugs.]

Budenkoller {m} [ugs.]

Hüttenkoller {m} [ugs.]
camp fever
Lagerfieber {n}med.
canefield fever [field fever]
Feldfieber {n} [Leptospirose]med.VetMed.
canicola fever [caused by Leptospira canicola] [leptospirosis]
Canicola-Fieber {n}med.
catheter fever
Harnfieber {n}med.

Katheterfieber {n}med.
chikungunya fever
Chikungunyafieber {n}med.
childbed fever
Kindbettfieber {n}med.
Chitral fever [Febris pappataci]
Chitral-Fieber {n}med.
chumble fever [archaic]
Brucellose {f}med.
continued fever
anhaltendes Fieber {n}med.
continued fever [archaic] [brucellosis]
Brucellose {f}med.
continuous fever
Dauerfieber {f}med.
Crimean fever [dated] [brucellosis]
Brucellose {f}med.
Cyprus fever [dated] [brucellosis]
Brucellose {f}med.
dandy fever
Dandyfieber / Dandy-Fieber {n} [Denguefieber]med.
dehydration fever
Durstfieber {n}med.
dengue fever
Denguefieber {n}med.

Dengue-Fieber {n}med.
dentition fever
Zahnfieber {n}dent.
desert fever [Granuloma coccidioides]
Wüstenfieber {n}med.
diamond fever
Diamantenfieber {n}
dog fever [Febris pappataci]
Hundsfieber {n} [ugs.]med.

Hundskrankheit {f} [ugs.]med.
drug fever
Arzneimittelfieber {n}med.pharm.
dumdum fever [Splenomegalia tropica]
Dum-Dum-Fieber {n}med.
election fever
Wahlfieber {n}pol.
enteric fever
Typhus {m} (abdominalis)med.
enteric fever <EF>
enterisches Fieber {n}med.
etiocholanolone fever
Ätiocholanolon-Fieber {n}biochem.med.
exsiccation fever [thirst fever]
Durstfieber {n}med.
fever attack
Fieberschub {m}med.

Fieberattacke {f}med.
fever blister
Fieberblase {f}med.

Fieberbläschen {n}med.
fever chart
Fieberkurve {f}med.
fever convulsion
Fieberkrampf {m}med.
fever convulsions
Fieberkrämpfe {pl}med.
fever curve [also fig.]
Fieberkurve {f} [auch fig.]med.
fever dream
Fiebertraum {m}med.
fever epidemic
Fieberepidemie {f}med.
fever episode
Fieberepisode {f}med.
fever fit [fever-induced seizure]
Fieberkrampf {m}med.
fever patient
Fieberpatient {m} [Fieberkranker]med.
fever pitch
Fieberanfall {m}med.
fever reduction
Fiebersenkung {f}med.
fever response
Fieberreaktion {f}med.
fever rings­
Hufringe {pl}
fever spike [coll.] [febrile seizure]
Fieberanfall {m}med.
fever spots
Fieberflecken {pl}med.
fever therapy
Fiebertherapie {f}med.
field fever [a form of leptospirosis caused by Leptospira grippotyphosa]
Feldfieber {n}med.VetMed.
Flanders fever [Spanish flu]
Flandernfieber {n} [auch: Flandern-Fieber] [Spanische Grippe]med.
football fever
Fußballfieber {n}sports
Gibraltar fever [coll.] [brucellosis]
Gibraltar-Fieber {n} [ugs.] [Brucellose]med.
glandular fever [Br.]
(Pfeiffersches) Drüsenfieber {n} [alt]med.
glandular fever [Mononucleosis infectiosa]
Pfeiffer-Drüsenfieber {n} <PDF>med.
glandular fever <GF> [Mononucleosis infectiosa]
pfeiffersches Drüsenfieber {n} <PD, PDF>med.

Pfeiffer'sches Drüsenfieber {n} <PD, PDF>med.

Pfeiffersches Drüsenfieber {n} <PD, PDF> [alt]med.
goat fever [dated] [brucellosis]
Morbus Bang {m} [auch: Febris undulans {f}]med.
gold fever
Goldfieber {n}

Goldrausch {m}
haemorrhagic fever <HF> [Br.]
hämorrhagisches Fieber {n} <HF>med.
harvest fever [field fever]
Feldfieber {n} [Leptospirose]med.VetMed.
hay fever
Heufieber {n}med.

Heuschnupfen {m}med.
hectic fever
hektisches Fieber {n}med.
hemorrhagic fever <HF> [Am.]
hämorrhagisches Fieber {n} <HF>med.
hemp fever [Cannabiosis]
Hanffieber {n}med.

Hechelfieber {n}med.

Hanfstaublunge {f}med.
high fever
starkes Fieber {n}med.
holiday fever [Br.]
Reisefieber {n}travel
hunting fever
Jagdfieber {n}hunting
icterohemorrhagic fever [Am.] [Weil's disease]
Weil-Krankheit {f}med.VetMed.
inanition fever [archaic] [dehydration fever]
Durstfieber {n}med.
intermittent fever
Wechselfieber {n} [veraltet]med.
  • Shipping-Fever {n} = shipping fever
  • Yellow Fever {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [Vorliebe für asiatische Frauen] = yellow fever [coll.] [pej.] [fetish for (East) Asian women]
  • Cabin Fever = Cabin Fever [Eli Roth]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The relation to rheumatic fever was strengthened by many studies that showed that women with normal pregnancies before rheumatic fever developed chorea in subsequent pregnancies.
  • While playing multiplayer games, the fever meter will occasionally freeze on 7 points.
  • Shar Pei fever (also called familial Shar Pei fever or FSF) is a condition seen in Shar Pei characterized by recurring fever and swelling of the hocks.
  • It is also known as five-day fever, quintan fever, Wolhinie fever, and urban trench fever, because it occurs in homeless people and alcoholics .
  • Polymer fume fever or fluoropolymer fever, also informally called Teflon flu, is an inhalation fever caused by the fumes released when polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE, known under the trade name Teflon) reaches temperatures of 300 °C (572 °F) to 450 °C (842 °F).

  • Persistent fever that cannot be explained after repeated routine clinical inquiries is called fever of unknown origin.
  • In the Spring of 1912, "famine fever" (two separate diseases - typhus and relapsing fever) was still prevalent.
  • Spotted fever rickettsiosis, also known as spotted fever group rickettsia (SFGR), is a group of infections that include Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Rickettsia parkeri rickettsiosis, Pacific Coast tick fever, and rickettsialpox.
  • Sierra Leone suffers from epidemic outbreaks of diseases, including yellow fever, cholera, Ebola, lassa fever and meningitis.
  • Prevention of viral hemorrhagic fever is similar for the different viruses.

  • It is also known as undulant fever, Malta fever, and Mediterranean fever.
  • Colorado tick fever (CTF) is a viral infection (Coltivirus) transmitted from the bite of an infected Rocky Mountain wood tick ("Dermacentor andersoni").
  • The classic symptom of malaria is paroxysm—a cyclical occurrence of sudden coldness followed by shivering and then fever and sweating, occurring every two days (tertian fever) in "P.
  • "Ae. albopictus" is known to transmit pathogens and viruses, such as the yellow fever virus, dengue fever, Chikungunya fever, and Usutu virus.
  • Human diseases such as Lyme spirochetes, spotted fever group rickettsiae, [...] Japanese spotted fever, and severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome.

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