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He had been in hospital with viral pneumonia and we were all concerned. The Sun (2011)Medics feared she may have a serious infection like pneumonia. The Sun (2010)It can lead to pneumonia and infections. The Sun (2008)This results in reduced resistance to diseases such as pneumonia and can be fatal. Biology Basic Facts (1982)He had been struggling with double pneumonia that forced him to abandon a tour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is a small chance of further trouble with ear infections, pneumonia and meningitis. The Sun (2014)After his time in intensive care with double pneumonia, this illness came out of the blue. The Sun (2012)Then your pores will close up and you won't catch pneumonia. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It can cause pneumonia, infections of the heart tissue that can trigger cardiac arrest or blood poisoning. The Sun (2008)Hidden health complaints like heart disease, pneumonia and mental health problems claim hundreds of lives a year. The Sun (2016)He was rushed to hospital in January with bleeding from a bad stomach ulcer and was then hit with double pneumonia. The Sun (2013)He survived typhoid and hepatitis in Bolivia and viral pneumonia in Peru. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We must suffer, and potentially get pneumonia, for our art. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The same cannot be said for pneumonia ( infection of the lung). Times, Sunday Times (2011)Serious complications in otherwise healthy people are unusual, but chest infections and pneumonia are the most troublesome, particularly in smokers and the elderly. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'pneumonia'
British English: pneumonia /njuːˈməʊnɪə/ NOUN
Pneumonia is a serious disease which affects your lungs and makes breathing difficult.
She nearly died of pneumonia.
- American English: pneumonia
- Arabic: ذَاتِ الرِّئَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pneumonia
- Chinese: 肺炎
- Croatian: upala pluća
- Czech: zápal plic
- Danish: lungebetændelse
- Dutch: longontsteking
- European Spanish: neumonía
- Finnish: keuhkokuume
- French: pneumonie
- German: Lungenentzündung
- Greek: πνευμονία
- Italian: polmonite
- Japanese: 肺炎
- Korean: 폐렴
- Norwegian: lungebetennelse
- Polish: zapalenie płuc
- European Portuguese: pneumonia
- Romanian: pneumonie
- Russian: воспаление легких
- Spanish: neumonía
- Swedish: lunginflammation
- Thai: โรคปอดบวม
- Turkish: zatürre
- Ukrainian: пневмонія
- Vietnamese: bệnh viêm phổi
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