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  1. Zika virus

    • IPA[ˈziːkə vʌɪrəs]

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    • n.
      a virus transmitted by mosquitoes which typically causes asymptomatic or mild infection (fever and rash) in humans, identified originally in Africa and later in other tropical regions, including South America, where it may be associated with an increased incidence of microcephaly in babies born to mothers infected during pregnancy.
    • noun: Zika virus