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Fieber

  
Fie•ber      nt   , -s, (rare) -  
a    temperature  ,   (sehr hoch, mit Fantasieren)    fever
Fieber haben      to have or be running a temperature, to be feverish or running a fever  
40° Fieber haben      to have a temperature of 40  
(jdm) das Fieber messen      to take sb's temperature  
im Fieber seiner Leidenschaft      in a fever of passion  
b    (=Krankheit)   fever
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
Fieber haben exp.
to have {or} be running a temperature ; to be feverish {or} running a fever ; to have a temperature

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
to take sb's temperature
jdm das Fieber messen
exp.
to shiver feverishly
exp.
to have a temperature of 40
exp.
to be racked with fever
exp.
in a fever of passion
exp.
his/her {etc} temperature will come down soon
exp.
toward(s) evening the patient started to run a high temperature
exp.
the fever confined him to his sickbed
exp.
the fever increased toward(s) evening
exp.
he was delirious with fever
exp.
he suddenly came down with a bad fever
exp.
... and that's where the high temperature comes from ; ... and the high temperature comes from that
exp.
I can't come today, I've got a temperature
exp.
if the fever continues for a long time
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'fieber' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
exp.
Fieber haben
exp.
Fieber haben
exp.
leichtes Fieber
exp.
sein Fieber ist zurückgegangen
exp.
eine Fieberkrankheit haben ; Fieber haben
exp.
jds Temperatur messen ; bei jdm Fieber messen
exp.
wenn Ihr Kind rot aussieht und Fieber hat
exp.
er hatte Fieber
exp.
anhaltend hohes Fieber
exp.
er hat Fieber
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