|blockage caused by a gas bubble||vapor lock|
|(Computers) process through which curved lines appear to have a jagged edge due to low-end graphics capabilities; creation of a false frequency when sampling audio data (caused by a low sampling rate)||aliasing|
|(Genetics) of or pertaining to epistasis; caused by epistasis||epistatic|
|(Geology) belief that major geological changes on earth were caused by catastrophes (and not by gradual change), pessimism, theory of geological violence||catastrophism|
|(Geology) resulting from or caused by the motion of the wind (e.g. sand dunes)||eolian|
|(Medicine) disease caused by filaria (type of parasite), disease caused by parasites||filariasis|
|(Medicine) disease caused by pyogenic bacteria in the blood (characterized by localized abscesses, fever, and jaundice)||pyaemia|
|(Medicine) disease caused by pyogenic bacteria in the blood (characterized by localized abscesses, fever, and jaundice)||pyemia|
|(Medicine) disease resulting from a vitamin C deficiency (characterized by bleeding gums, weakness, and anemia), despicable, disease caused by vitamin deficiency, mean, rascally||scurvy|
|(Medicine) disorder caused by an excess of bile in the blood (characterized by yellowness of the skin, lethargy and loss of appetite); cynical attitude, prejudice, bitterness, affect somebody with jaundice, cynical state of mind, distort, bias, warp, i...||jaundice|
|(Medicine) food poisoning caused by ingestion of the salmonella bacteria (characterized by fever, severe diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain)||salmonellosis|
|(Medicine) infection caused by parasitic bacteria from the genus Schistosoma (causes anemia, pain, and organ malfunction), bilharziasis, illness cause by blood infection, snail fever||schistosomiasis|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
|(Medicine) obstruction, blockage; infarct, area of dying or dead tissue, infarct formation||infarction|
|(Medicine) rickets, childhood disease characterized by softening of the bones (caused by a deficiency of vitamin D, and poor metabolism of calcium and phosphorus)||rachitis|
|(Medicine) serious infection caused by ingestion of meat infected with the parasitic worm trichina (symptoms include fever, muscle pain, diarrhea, and sever perspiration), disease caused by a parasitic worm||trichinosis|
|(Medicine) surgical removal of an embolus (clump of undissolved material in the bloodstream), removal of blockage in blood vessel||embolectomy|
|(new zealand) blown down, blown by the wind, growing in shape caused by wind, grown in a certain shape because of strong winds; blown by the wind||windblown|
|(Pathology) any of a number of diseases caused by an abnormal increase of white blood cells (also leucosis), leukemia in animals||leukosis|
|(Pathology) any of a number of diseases caused by an abnormal increase of white blood cells (also leukosis)||leucosis|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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