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  *病* | 病* | *病
illness / CL: 場|场 / disease / to fall ill / defect
(medical) case / occurrence of illness
sick person / patient / invalid / CL: 個|个
pathological changes / lesion / diseased (kidney, cornea etc)
ward (of a hospital) / sickroom / CL: 間|间
viral infection
medical history
pathology
viral
to die of illness
medical record
course of disease
slight illness / indisposition / ailment
cause of disease / pathogen
medical record / case history
morbid or abnormal state
cause of disease / pathogen
sick leave
defective sentence / error (of grammar or logic)
plant diseases and insect pests
hospital bed / sickbed
disease / illness
illness / disease / patient / sufferer
pathology
focus of infection / lesion / nidus
seriously ill
to be critically ill / to be terminally ill
viral marketing
(med.) pathogen
plant disease
harmful bacteria / pathogenic bacteria / germs
to fall ill and die / to die of illness
sick man
sickbed
serious illness
virology (study of viruses)
degree of seriousness of an illness / patient's condition
cause of disease
(coll.) invalid / sickly person
specialized hospital
viral marketing / see also 病毒營銷|病毒营销
to die of an illness
virus family
to recover (from an illness)
viral marketing / see also 病毒營銷|病毒营销
symptom (of a disease)
sick personnel / person on the sick list / patient
abnormal pulse
sick or disabled / invalid / disability
green pest prevention and control / environmentally friendly methods of pest control and prevention
pathogeny (cause of disease) in TCM / as opposed to vital energy 正氣|正气
interpretation of the cause / onset and process of an illness / pathogenesis
Illness enters by the mouth (idiom). Mind what you eat! / fig. A loose tongue may cause a lot of trouble.
plant diseases and insect pests
a pathogen / a bacterial pathogen
sick and weak / sickly / invalid
to damage the people and harm the country (idiom)
a friend made in hospital or people who become friends in hospital / wardmate
an incompletely cured illness / an old complaint / the root cause of trouble
pathological science (TCM)
sick note / medical certificate for sick leave
diseased or infected plant
pathologist
to be on sick leave
state of an illness / patient's condition
virologist (person who studies viruses)
infirmary / ward / sickroom / CL: 間|间
state of an illness / patient's condition
stigma attached to a disease
cause of disease / pathogen / factor
morbidly obese (medicine)
sickness comes like a landslide, but goes slowly like spinning silk (idiom); expect to convalesce slowly
critically ill / on one's deathbed
Illness enters by the mouth, trouble comes out by the mouth (idiom). A loose tongue may cause a lot of trouble.
symptom (of a disease)
pains (of illness) / sufferings (esp. in Buddhism)
to fall ill / to be stricken with an illness
sick and weak / feeble and listless
symptom (of a disease)
sickly-looking
seriously ill / in fragile health
viral hepatitis
lit. to turn to any doctor one can find when critically ill (idiom); fig. to try anyone or anything in a crisis
sickly look
sick personnel / person on the sick list / patient
lit. the disease has attacked the vitals (idiom); fig. beyond cure / the situation is hopeless
to damage the people and harm the country (idiom)
to damage the country and cause suffering to the people (idiom)
a person who is always falling ill / chronic invalid
looking or feeling sickly / weak and dispirited through illness
patient / sick person
a patient and his family
vector (epidemiology)
viremia


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