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  1. plague

    • IPA[plāɡ]

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    • n.
      a contagious bacterial disease characterized by fever and delirium, typically with the formation of buboes (bubonic plague) and sometimes infection of the lungs (pneumonic plague);a contagious disease that spreads rapidly and kills many people.
    • v.
      cause continual trouble or distress to;pester or harass (someone) continually
    • verb: plague, 3rd person present: plagues, gerund or present participle: plaguing, past tense: plagued, past participle: plagued

    • noun: plague, plural noun: plagues

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    • n.
      the commonest form of plague in humans, characterized by fever, delirium, and the formation of ...

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    • adj.
      (of a disease) resembling plague in its severity or the rapidity with which it spreads: plague-like outbreaks of disease

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    • adj.
      (of a disease) resembling plague in its severity or the rapidity with which it spreads: plague-like outbreaks of disease

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    • n.
      an acute and often fatal infectious viral disease of birds, especially poultry.

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    • n.
      the most common form of plague in humans, characterized by fever, delirium, and the formation ...

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    • ph.
      a serious outbreak of bubonic plague in England in 1665–6, in which about one fifth of the ...

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    • n.
      an acute and often fatal infectious disease of birds, especially poultry, caused by certain ...

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    • ph.
      a serious outbreak of bubonic plague in England in 1665–6, in which about one fifth of the ...

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    • IPA[pleɪɡ]

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    • n.
      a contagious bacterial disease characterized by fever and delirium, typically with the ...
    • v.
      cause continual trouble or distress to: he has been plagued by ill health

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