Definición de dysentery en inglés:

dysentery

Silabificación: dys·en·ter·y
Pronunciación: /ˈdis(ə)nˌterē
 
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sustantivo

Infection of the intestines resulting in severe diarrhea with the presence of blood and mucus in the feces.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There are no pus cells in the stool, thereby ruling out a bacterial diarrhea like shigella dysentery.
  • Doctors there were seeing many cases of diarrhoeal disease and feared epidemics of dysentery and cholera.
  • Cholera, typhoid, dysentery, and other illnesses can be contracted from untreated bathing and drinking water.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French dissenterie, or via Latin from Greek dusenteria, from dusenteros 'afflicted in the bowels', from dus- 'bad' + entera 'bowels'.

Derivativos

dysenteric

Pronunciación: /ˌdisənˈterik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Fluid replacement proved invaluable in the treatment of dehydration, due to cholera and dysenteric diseases, but intravenous fluid had to be made up fresh, and all equipment had to be boiled at every use.
  • Does the dysenteric subject generate in his intestinal mucous membrane, or elsewhere, a virus capable of causing the disease in others?

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