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a·feb·rile

 (ā-fĕb′rəl, ā-fē′brəl)
adj.
Having no fever.
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afebrile

(æˈfiːbraɪl; eɪ-)
adj
(Medicine) without fever
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a•fe•brile

(eɪˈfi brəl, eɪˈfɛb rəl)

adj.
without fever.
[1870–75]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.afebrile - having no feverafebrile - having no fever      
febrile, feverish - of or relating to or characterized by fever; "a febrile reaction caused by an allergen"
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a·fe·brile

a. afebril, sin fiebre, sin calentura.
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