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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (medicine; first person singular)
a. I have a fever
Creo que tengo fiebre, porque me duele todo el cuerpo.I think I have a fever, because my whole body aches.
b. I have a temperature
Si tengo fiebre, no iré a trabajar.If I have a temperature, I won't go to work.
c. I'm feverish
Creo que me he pillado la gripe. Tengo fiebre y no dejo de toser.I think I've got the flu. I'm feverish and won't stop coughing.
d. I'm running a temperature
¿Qué síntomas tiene? - Tengo fiebre y náuseas.What are your symptoms? - I'm running a temperature and feel sick.
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