Definition of 'mumps'
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The clinic has been accused of irresponsible behaviour because there is no single vaccine available for mumps, nor has there been one for at least three years. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'mumps'
British English: mumps /mʌmps/ NOUN
Mumps is a disease usually caught by children. It causes a mild fever and painful swelling of the glands in the neck.
- American English: mumps
- Arabic: الْتِهَابُ الْغُدَةِ الْنِكْفِيَةُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: caxumba
- Chinese: 腮腺炎
- Croatian: zaušnjaci
- Czech: příušnice
- Danish: fåresyge
- Dutch: bof ziekte
- European Spanish: paperas
- Finnish: sikotauti
- French: oreillons
- German: Mumps
- Greek: παρωτίτιδα
- Italian: orecchioni
- Japanese: おたふく風邪
- Korean: 볼거리
- Norwegian: kusma
- Polish: świnka
- European Portuguese: papeira
- Romanian: oreion
- Russian: свинка
- Spanish: paperas
- Swedish: påssjuka
- Thai: โรคคางทูม
- Turkish: kabakulak
- Ukrainian: свинка
- Vietnamese: bệnh quai bị
Definition of mumps from the Collins English Dictionary
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