- 1 [Medicine/Medicina] 1.1 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (temperature) fiebre (feminine), calentura (feminine) to have a high fever tener* mucha fiebre or una fiebre muy alta she has a fever of 102 tiene 39 de fiebre to run a fever tener* fiebre or calenturaMore example sentences1.2 uncountable/no numerable (disease) scarlet fever escarlatina (feminine) yellow fever fiebre (feminine) amarilla
- Initial signs and symptoms are generalized malaise, chills, fevers, headaches, arthralgias, and a nonproductive cough.
- A person with glandular fever is most infectious when they have a fever (high temperature).
- Call your doctor if your child also gets a fever, diarrhea, headache, or skin rash.
- 2 (agitated state) (no plural/sin plural) the town was in a fever over the visit la ciudad estaba revolucionada con la visita election/gold fever fiebre (feminine) electoral/del oro war fever gripped the country el fervor bélico se había adueñado del paísMore example sentences
- When the girls had left, Zara turned to Paz in a fever of agitation.
- Why then, last November, did I find Georgians in such a fever of expectation?
- He shifted in his sleep, his eyes fluttering in the fever of a dream.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
Pulque is a thick, white, Mexican alcoholic drink made from fermented maguey juice; the sacred drink of the Aztecs. It is drunk without being aged, sometimes with added fruit or vegetable juice. Pulquerías are bars where it is drunk.