Translation of fiebre in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1 [Medicina/Medicine] fever tener fiebre to be feverish, to have a fever (especialmente inglés norteamericano/especially American English) to have o/or run a temperature (especialmente inglés británico/especially British English) le bajó la fiebre his fever o/or temperature came down
- 2 (furor) su fiebre por las motos his obsession with o/or passion for motorcycles de vez en cuando le da la fiebre de la limpieza from time to time he goes crazy and starts cleaning the whole house [familiar/colloquial], from time to time he gets the cleaning bug [familiar/colloquial]
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