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fever
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
fever /'fi:və/
  • danh từ
    • cơn sốt
    • bệnh sốt
      • typhoid fever: sốt thương hàn
    • sự xúc động, sự bồn chồn
      • to be in a fever of anxiety: bồn chồn lo lắng
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm phát sốt
    • làm xúc động, làm bồn chồn; kích thích
Concise Dictionary
fevers|fevered|fevering'fɪːvə(r)
noun
+a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
+intense nervous anticipation

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [C, U] a medical condition in which a person has a temperature that is higher than normal: He has a high fever. + Aspirin should help reduce the fever.
Compare: TEMPERATURE
2 [C, U] (old-fashioned) (used mainly in compounds) a particular type of disease in which sb has a high temperature: She caught a fever on her travels in Africa, and died.
See also - GLANDULAR FEVER, HAY FEVER, RHEUMATIC FEVER, SCARLET FEVER, YELLOW FEVER
3 [sing.] ~ (of sth) a state of nervous excitement: He waited for her arrival in a fever of impatience.
4 [U] (especially in compounds) great interest or excitement about sth: election fever + World Cup fever has gripped the country.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 high temperature

ADJ.

high, raging
She had a very high fever.
| slight | glandular, rheumatic, scarlet, etc.

QUANT.

bout
He suffered from recurrent bouts of fever.

VERB + FEVER

have, run, suffer from
He put his hand to my forehead as if I was running a fever.
| catch, come/go down with, develop
James has gone down with a fever.
| die of | bring down, reduce
drugs which can help to bring down the fever
| be accompanied by
Inflammation is frequently accompanied by fever.

PREP.

with a ~
He was in bed with a fever. > Special page at ILLNESS

2 nervous excitement

ADJ.

election, World Cup

FEVER + VERB

grip sb
Election fever suddenly gripped the nation.

PREP.

in a ~ of
She was in a fever of anxiety about him.



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