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Later there was an outbreak in Southern France... rather close, you might say. THE ROAD TO PARADISE ISLAND (1993)As far as surface warships were concerned, the Germans were more than adequately prepared at the outbreak of war. SAN ANDREAS (1993)
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Translations for 'outbreak'
British English: outbreak /ˈaʊtˌbreɪk/ NOUN
An outbreak of something unpleasant is a sudden occurrence of it.
This is the worst ever outbreak of the disease.
- American English: outbreak
- Arabic: نُشُوبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: surto doença
- Chinese: 爆发
- Croatian: epidemija
- Czech: propuknutí
- Danish: udbrud
- Dutch: uitbarsting
- European Spanish: brote enfermedad
- Finnish: puhkeaminen
- French: éruption
- German: Ausbruch
- Greek: ξέσπασμα
- Italian: scoppio
- Japanese: 勃発
- Korean: 돌발
- Norwegian: utbrudd
- Polish: wybuch epidemia
- European Portuguese: surto doença
- Romanian: izbucnire
- Russian: вспышка
- Spanish: brote erupción, epidemia
- Swedish: utbrott
- Thai: การเกิดขึ้นอย่างรุนแรงและทันทีทันใด
- Turkish: ayaklanma
- Ukrainian: раптовий початок
- Vietnamese: sự bùng nổ
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