Translation for 'cholera epidemic' from English to Russian
NOUN   a cholera epidemic | cholera epidemics
эпидемия {ж} холеры
cholera epidemic
холера {ж}
эпидемия {ж} тифа
typhus epidemic
эпидемия {ж} гриппа
flu epidemic
эпидемия {ж} гриппа
influenza epidemic
эпидемия {ж} [тж. перен.]
epidemic [also fig.]
эпидемический {adj} [тж. перен.]
epidemic [also fig.]
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1888, an epidemic broke out which later was known as "Great Cholera Epidemic".
  • In 1884 he travelled to Naples to offer medical assistance in a cholera epidemic.
  • Rabbi Salanter set an example for the Lithuanian Jewish community during the cholera epidemic of 1848, ensuring that necessary relief work on Shabbat for Jews was done by Jews (despite the ordinary prohibition against doing work on Shabbat), and ordering Jews whose lives were in danger to eat rather than fast on the fast day of Yom Kippur.
  • In 1854, the town suffered from a cholera epidemic.
  • Louis Fire of 1849, a cholera epidemic, and two continuances delayed the retrial in the St.

  • Malatesta went back to Naples in 1884—while waiting to serve a three-year prison term—to nurse the victims of a cholera epidemic.
  • She died in the widespread cholera epidemic that occurred in the summer of 1833.
  • In November 2011, over 5,000 victims of the cholera epidemic filed a claim with the UN's internal claims mechanism seeking redress in the form of clean water and sanitation infrastructure necessary to control the epidemic, compensation for individual losses, and an apology.
  • There was a cholera epidemic happening at the time and James cared for the sick.
  • In the Summer of 1853, Helsinki suffered from a cholera epidemic.

  • These declines were also due to disease, including a devastating cholera epidemic in 1849.
  • The issue became particularly acute after the cholera epidemic of 1831, which killed 52,000 people in Britain alone, putting unprecedented pressure on the country's burial capacity.
  • After the "Masikota" and "Oo'kóhta'oná" bands had been almost wiped out through a cholera epidemic in 1849, the remaining Masikota joined the Dog Soldiers warrior society ("Hotamétaneo'o").
  • Camus used as source material the cholera epidemic that killed a large proportion of Oran's population in 1849, but situated the novel in the 1940s.
  • He died during the cholera epidemic of 1837, the immediate cause probably being pulmonary edema or heart failure, due to his fragile physical condition.

  • Two years later Nobutaka died during a cholera epidemic.
  • In 1689, the Hapsburgs seized Skopje which was already weakened by a cholera epidemic.
  • During a cholera epidemic in the late 1870s, she visited the sick in hospitals.
  • Prior to that it was taken out when the city was struck by a cholera epidemic in the 1930s.
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