Definición de chickenpox en inglés:

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chickenpox

Pronunciación: /ˈCHikənˌpäks/
(also chicken pox)

sustantivo

An infectious disease causing a mild fever and a rash of itchy inflamed blisters. It is caused by the herpes zoster virus and mainly affects children, who are afterward usually immune. Also called varicella.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Viruses including flu, herpes, measles and chickenpox can cause pneumonia.
  • Generally, chickenpox is a milder illness for children than it is for adults.
  • Some children were suffering from malaria, chickenpox and diarrhea.

Origen

Early 18th century: probably so named because of its mildness, as compared to smallpox.

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División en sílabas: chick·en·pox

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