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malaria
American English: /məˈlɛriə/
British English: /məˈlɛːrɪə/

Translation of malaria in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (before noun) (tablet)
    contra la malaria or el paludismo
    Example sentences
    • The result of this was a significant increase in cases of malaria and dengue fever.
    • The threats of malaria and diarrhoeal diseases will only further increase with the onset of rains.
    • Preventable diseases such as malaria and diarrhea and cholera are a major killer.

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