Translation for 'malady' from English to Russian
NOUN   a malady | maladies
SYNO illness | malady | sickness | ...
недуг {м} [книжн.]malady [formal]
болезнь {ж}
malady [formal]
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Translation for 'malady' from English to Russian

malady [formal]
недуг {м} [книжн.]

болезнь {ж}мед.
Usage Examples English
  • His then-teammate, Franck Leboeuf, claims that the malady was healed by a marabout with black magic after medical doctors could not cure him.
  • Among those who are susceptible to the malady are dancers, catchers and pitchers in baseball, soccer players, and football players.
  • Around the time of this marriage, Elias became pathologically addicted to gambling. This malady was to plague him with horrendous consequences for both him and his family for the rest of his life.
  • A similar malady then forced the Chrysler to pit. Stoffel was under his car for nearly two hours doing extended repairs. That restored the Bentleys to the top four positions.
  • It was no less than a miracle that Zauq, without having the proper treatment on account of the penury of his family, survived the attack of a dreaded malady like smallpox during his childhood.

  • 5 million documents relevant to the Desert Storm malady known as gulf war syndrome.
  • Former president Laredo Bru died of a heart malady in Havana at the age of seventy-one.
  • At the time of his election in 1878, the Pope had started to experience a slight tremor in his hand due to a poorly undertaken bloodletting procedure for a previous malady.
  • "The Female Malady: Women, Madness, and English Culture, 1830–1980" (1985) discusses hysteria, which was once known as the "female malady" and according to Showalter, is called depression today.
  • As Vendler notes in a discussion of the fluidity of self-reference in Stevens, the impersonal "one" is sometimes favored over "I" in order to enable disclosure of suffering: "One has a malady, here, a malady".

  • The Stepford Cuckoos telepathically copied and transferred the Beast's knowledge of anatomy, biology, and genetics into Josh's mind, allowing him the knowledge to heal virtually any malady.
  • It was to while away the tedium arising out of this malady that he first took to composing verse.
  • He died of a throat malady on February 24, 1938.
  • Written in the form of fictional dialogues from bibliophiles, it purports to outline a malady called bibliomania.
  • "The Malady of Death" is about an unconventional sexual relationship between a man and a woman.

  • He died on 11 June 1987, at age 82 in Mexico City due to a stomach malady that was complicated by heart disease. His remains were cremated in the Civil Pantheon of Dolores.
  • Jean-Nicolas Marjolin (6 December 1780 – 4 March 1850) was a French surgeon and pathologist born in Ray-sur-Saône, Haute-Saône. His name is associated with a malady known as Marjolin's ulcer.
  • According to Heinz Guderian, Dr De Crinis was the first doctor to correctly diagnose Hitler's malady as being Parkinson's disease. The diagnosis made in early 1945 was kept secret.
  • He stated that the malady was a consequence of masters who "made themselves too familiar with [...], treating them as equals".
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