Definition of 'polio'
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Telling a polio victim how to run a marathon is cruel. Christianity Today (2000)They came up with the polio vaccine. The Sun (2011) The polio vaccine is given at about the same time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)More essential than the polio vaccine, say? Times, Sunday Times (2014)The polio vaccine was announced. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Her subject here, the search for a polio vaccine, is intensely personal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'polio'
British English: polio /ˈpəʊlɪəʊ/ NOUN
Polio is a serious infectious disease which can make people paralysed.
Their first child died of polio at the age of three.
- American English: polio
- Arabic: شَلَلُ الأَطْفَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: poliomielite
- Chinese: 小儿麻痹症
- Croatian: dječja paraliza
- Czech: obrna
- Danish: polio
- Dutch: polio
- European Spanish: polio
- Finnish: polio
- French: polio
- German: Polio
- Greek: πολιομυελίτιδα
- Italian: polio
- Japanese: ポリオ
- Korean: 소아마비
- Norwegian: polio
- Polish: paraliż dziecięcy
- European Portuguese: poliomielite
- Romanian: poliomielită
- Russian: полиомиелит
- Spanish: polio
- Swedish: polio
- Thai: โรคโปลิโอ
- Turkish: çocuk felci
- Ukrainian: поліомієліт
- Vietnamese: bệnh bại liệt
Definition of polio from the Collins English Dictionary
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