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bird flu

n.

bird flu

n
(Medicine) a form of influenza occurring in poultry mainly in Japan, China, and Southeast Asia, caused by a virus capable of spreading to humans. Also called: avian flu
Translations
ptačí chřipka
fugleinfluenza
lintuinfluenssa
ptičja gripa
鳥インフルエンザ
조류 독감
fågelinfluensa
ไข้หวัดนก
cúm gà

bird flu

إِنْفلوانزا الطُيُور ptačí chřipka fugleinfluenza Vogelgrippe γρίπη των πτηνών gripe aviar, gripe aviaria lintuinfluenssa grippe aviaire ptičja gripa influenza aviaria 鳥インフルエンザ 조류 독감 vogelpest fugleinfluensa ptasia grypa gripe aviária вирус птичьего гриппа fågelinfluensa ไข้หวัดนก kuş gribi cúm gà 禽流感
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