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The meaning of Pasteurellosis

ˌpɑːstərɛˈləʊsɪs

Pasteurellosis – definition

noun

A bacterial infection commonly affecting animals and sometimes transferred to humans through bites and scratches.

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巴氏杆菌病

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Pasteurellose

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Pasteurellose

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Pasteurellose

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इनसे

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Pasteurellosi

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파스퇴렐라증

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Пастереллез

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Pasteurelosis

Word origin

early 20th century: from French pasteurellose (from the name of L. Pasteur, Louis) + -osis.

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