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vi·ral

 (vī′rəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or caused by a virus.
2. Of or relating to the rapid propagation of information, ideas, or trends by means of social networks rather than conventional mass media: viral marketing.

vi′ral·ly adv.

viral

(ˈvaɪrəl)
adj
1. (Pathology) of, relating to, or caused by a virus
2. (Communications & Information) (of a video, image, story, etc) spread quickly and widely among internet users via social networking sites, e-mail, etc
3. (Communications & Information) go viral (of a video, image, story, etc) to spread quickly and widely among internet users via social networking sites, e-mail, etc
n
(Communications & Information) a video, image, story, etc that is spread quickly and widely via the internet
virality n
ˈvirally adv

vi•ral

(ˈvaɪ rəl)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or caused by a virus.
[1935–40]

viral

A piece of information, such as a short video, that is rapidly and broadly disseminated via the Internet.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.viral - relating to or caused by a virus; "viral infection"
Translations
virový
virus-
바이러스성

viral

[ˈvaɪərəl] ADJvírico
a viral infectionuna infección vírica

viral

[ˈvaɪərəl] adjviral(e)

viral

adjVirus-; viral infectionVirusinfektion f

viral

[ˈvaɪərl] adjvirale

vi·ral

a. viral, rel. a un virus;
___ arthritisartritis ___;
___ croupcrup ___;
___ gastroenteritisgastroenteritis ___;
___ hemorrhagic feverfiebre hemorrágica ___;
___ hepatitishepatitis ___;
___ pneumonianeumonía ___;
___ replicationreplicación ___;
___ upper respiratory infectioninfección ___ del sistema respiratorio superior.

viral

adj viral, vírico
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The terminal events that result in genome encapsidation, viral assembly and maturation of infectious virus occur in the most superficial differentiated cells of squamous epithelium.
The team found that viruses express a sticky protein that docks with uninfected cells and then attracts viral assembly to these sites.