Definition of 'rabies'
Example sentences containing 'rabies'
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She did not have a rabies jab before flying out. The Sun (2012)It also produces ingredients for vaccines for rabies and hepatitis. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The dog is now being tested for rabies. The Sun (2011)IT'S only a myth that just dogs carry rabies and that people who have lived overseas are immune to some diseases. The Sun (2010)Luckily the apes don't carry rabies. The Sun (2008)He was the first to use vaccines for rabies, anthrax and chicken cholera. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The pup was brought in from Hungary but there are worries it was too young for rabies jabs to have worked. The Sun (2013)They can also carry rabies. The Sun (2009)The rabies vaccine is extremely effective but you can avoid the disease by keeping away any animal that isn't a pet. The Sun (2012)It said diseases like rabies were a'real threat '. The Sun (2014)The dog was being held in quarantine yesterday, while it is tested for rabies, after which it is expected to be put down. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'rabies'
British English: rabies /ˈreɪbiːz/ NOUN
Rabies is a serious infectious disease which humans can get from the bite of an animal such as a dog which has the disease.
- American English: rabies
- Arabic: دَاءُ الكَلْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: raiva doença
- Chinese: 狂犬病
- Croatian: bjesnoća
- Czech: vzteklina
- Danish: rabies
- Dutch: hondsdolheid
- European Spanish: rabia
- Finnish: vesikauhu
- French: rage maladie
- German: Tollwut
- Greek: λύσσα
- Italian: rabbia idrofobia
- Japanese: 狂犬病
- Korean: 공수병
- Norwegian: rabies
- Polish: wścieklizna
- European Portuguese: raiva doença
- Romanian: turbare
- Russian: бешенство
- Latin American Spanish: rabia
- Swedish: rabies
- Thai: โรคพิษสุนัขบ้า
- Turkish: kuduz
- Ukrainian: сказ
- Vietnamese: bệnh dại
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