typhoid


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ty·phoid

 (tī′foid′)
n.
Typhoid fever.
adj. also ty·phoi·dal (tī-foid′l)
Of, relating to, or resembling typhoid fever.

[N., short for typhoid fever. Adj., typh(us) + -oid (from its resemblance to typhus).]

typhoid

(ˈtaɪfɔɪd) pathol
adj
(Pathology) resembling typhus
n
(Pathology) short for typhoid fever

ty•phoid

(ˈtaɪ fɔɪd)
n.
1. Also called

ty′phoid fe′ver.

an acute infectious disease characterized by high fever and intestinal inflammation, spread by food or water contaminated with the bacillus Salmonella typhosa.
adj.
2. resembling typhus; typhous.
3. of, pertaining to, or resembling typhoid.
[1790–1800; typh (us) + -oid]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.typhoid - serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and ulcerationtyphoid - serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and ulceration; caused by Salmonella typhosa ingested with food or water
infectious disease - a disease transmitted only by a specific kind of contact
Translations
تيفوئيد: حُمّى تيفوئيديَّهتِيفُود
tyfus
tyfus
lavantauti
tifus
腸チフス
장티푸스
tyfus
ไข้รากสาดน้อย
bệnh thương hàn

typhoid

[ˈtaɪfɔɪd] Ntifoidea f, fiebre f tifoidea

typhoid

[ˈtaɪfɔɪd] ntyphoïde f

typhoid

n (also typhoid fever)Typhus m; typhoid injectionImpfung fgegen Typhus, Typhusimpfung f

typhoid

[ˈtaɪfɔɪd] nfebbre f tifoidea

typhoid (fever)

(ˈtaifoid) noun
a dangerous type of infectious disease, caused by germs in food or drinking water. He died of typhoid (fever).

typhoid

تِيفُود tyfus tyfus Typhus τύφος fiebre tifoidea lavantauti typhoïde tifus tifo 腸チフス 장티푸스 tyfus tyfus dur brzuszny tifóide тиф tyfus ไข้รากสาดน้อย tifo bệnh thương hàn 伤寒

ty·phoid

a. tifoideo-a, rel. al tifo o semejante a éste.

typhoid

adj tifoideo; n (fam) fiebre tifoidea, tifoidea (fam)
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Once he had rheumatic fever an' once he had typhoid.
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But since he did not mean to marry for the next five years-- his more pressing business was to look into Louis' new book on Fever, which he was specially interested in, because he had known Louis in Paris, and had followed many anatomical demonstrations in order to ascertain the specific differences of typhus and typhoid.
He took down with typhoid fever just after you left for Echo Lodge.
But off-time did come to Michael when Henderson fell ill of typhoid in Chicago.
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And at the same time were arrested all socialist Congressmen in Washington, including the unfortunate Simpson, who lay ill with typhoid fever in his hotel.
What of the strike, and me being blacklisted, and getting typhoid down in Australia, and everything," he went on.