AIDS

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AIDS (uncountable)

  1. (pathology, acronym) Acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
    • 2007, Clinical Pathology (ISBN 0198569467), page 50:
      Patients with AIDS become highly susceptible to infection by intracellular microbes normally contained by T cells (Fig. 4.8).

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Czech[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English AIDS.

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AIDS m

  1. AIDS

Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English AIDS.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • Hyphenation: AIDS
  • IPA(key): /ˈɑids/

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AIDS

  1. AIDS

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Inflection of AIDS (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative AIDS AIDSit
genitive AIDSin AIDSien
partitive AIDSia AIDSeja
illative AIDSiin AIDSeihin
singular plural
nominative AIDS AIDSit
accusative nom.? AIDS AIDSit
gen. AIDSin
genitive AIDSin AIDSien
partitive AIDSia AIDSeja
inessive AIDSissa AIDSeissa
elative AIDSista AIDSeista
illative AIDSiin AIDSeihin
adessive AIDSilla AIDSeilla
ablative AIDSilta AIDSeilta
allative AIDSilleˣ AIDSeilleˣ
essive AIDSina AIDSeina
translative AIDSiksi AIDSeiksi
instructive AIDSein
abessive AIDSitta AIDSeitta
comitative AIDSeineen

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English AIDS. Many names were proposed by ZA Terminoloģijas komisija, including, VIDS - virāla imūndeficīta sindroms, sarglaupe, imūnkaile, imūnkailums, imunokaile, imunokailums, AIS - antimūnsindroms, antimūns, bezimunitāte, bezimunitātes slimība, bezimūnkaite, imizorgs - "imunitātes izzudums organismā," imūndeficīts, imunitātes grāvējs, imunitātes zude, imūnkaite, imunozude, imūntrūce, imūnzude, mērlis, nonimuna, sargzude, limfšūngande or shorter gande. Eventually AIDS, a declinable form aidss and mērlis (as an "emotionally captivating" alternative) were officially approved for use by Terminoloģijas komisija. Only the acronym is currently in use. In Latvian AIDS is first attested in print in October 1986.[1]

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AIDS m, f (invariable)

  1. AIDS
    AIDS ir saīsināts jaunās slimības nosaukums (no angļu «Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrom» [sic] - iegūtā imūndeficīta sindroms). Pirmo reizi ar šo slimību sastapās ASV ārstu grupa Kalifornijas štatā 1981. gada jūnijā.[2]
    AIDS is a shortened name for the new disease (from English "Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome"). A group of US doctors in the State of California were the first to encounter this disease in June, 1981.

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  1. ^ “AIDS” in Juris Baldunčiks (1989), Anglicismi latviešu valodā (Rīga: «Zinātne») ISBN 5-7966-0078-8.
  2. ^ Veselība, October 1986, page 7.

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AIDS f (plural AIDS)

  1. (pathology) AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)

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