Definición de feverish en inglés:

feverish

Silabificación: fe·ver·ish
Pronunciación: /ˈfēv(ə)riSH
 
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adjetivo

1Having or showing the symptoms of a fever: he suffered from feverish colds
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The prodrome may include malaise, chills, a feverish feeling, anorexia and irritability.
  • it's enough to send you spiralling into a cold, feverish sweat.
  • On examination, he was feverish with generalised lymphadenopathy and widespread crusting papulopustular lesions.
Sinónimos
febrile, fevered, hot, burning
informal having a temperature
1.1Displaying a frenetic excitement or energy: the next couple of weeks were spent in a whirl of feverish activity
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Each passing year's is usually billed with feverish excitement as ‘the most important of his political life’.
  • And when Ronaldo drove home, not once, but twice, the excitement reached a feverish pitch.
  • It is more than telling that a well-nigh feverish and frenetic cult of the personality is at the core of this powerful display.
Sinónimos
frenzied, frenetic, hectic, agitated, excited, restless, nervous, worked up, overwrought, frantic, furious, hysterical, wild, uncontrolled, unrestrained

Derivativos

feverishly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • However, once on board his aircraft, Ford switched on his laptop and started working feverishly on some project.
  • Now the Army Corps of Engineers working feverishly to start working on that and repair that part of the levee.
  • Excited students milled about speaking feverishly in hushed tones.

feverishness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Less than a third of patients in each group experienced constitutional symptoms of feverishness or shivers.
  • The feverishness with which education is being promoted by some of the countries like the U.K. is an indication of the market situation.
  • The feverishness of political discourse in the States boggles me.

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