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The meaning of Algid

Algid – definition

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

adjective

Cold, chilly; freezing, frozen; frigid.

adjective

Originally: †(of a fever) characterized by paroxysms in which the stage of rigor is severe or prolonged; designating such a stage; (obsolete). in later use: (especially of forms of malaria and cholera) characterized by a (frequently terminal) stage in which the patient becomes cold and clammy as a result of hypovolaemic or septicaemic shock; designating this state; (also) having an abnormally low body temperature, especially as a result of shock.

Algid translation into English

Algid: translate from English into Chinese

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冷的, 寒冷的, 发冷的

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Algied

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Algide

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Agil

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Algid, ठंडा, शीतल, हिमवत, जूड़ी-ताप की ठंड से संबंधित

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Algido

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추운

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Алгид, Ледяной, Похолодевший, Холодный

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Álgido

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