Outbreak Meaning in Thai

Outbreak Meaning in Thai – การระบาด, การปะทุ, การระบาดของโรค

Noun/Verb.

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Outbreak Thai Meaning

การระบาด, การปะทุ, การระบาดของโรค

Definition :

a sudden occurrence of something unwelcome, such as war or disease..

Outbreak Synonyms :

upsurge, rash, spate, explosion, breakout, wave, burst, outburst, sudden appearance, ruption, epidemic, flare-up, flood.

Outbreak Antonyms :

ending, finale, completion, calmness, peace, finish, counterinsurgency, counterrevolution, calm, conclusion, slump, end, doldrums, harmony, order, continuity, obedience.

Outbreak in a sentence :

  • After the outbreak of fighting, all foreign journalists were expelled.
  • The outbreak of SARS in 2002 had a serious impact on the tourist industry in Toronto.
  • The international response to the outbreak of SARS in 2003.
  • Decreased tourist revenues are believed to be the result of the SARS outbreak in Canada.
  • Once a few cases of Ebola were detected, the news media warned its viewers of the outbreak of this highly dangerous disease.
  • The flu outbreak has reached epidemic proportions .
  • Fortunately, he managed to overcome it, the brief outbreak silenced.
  • Conditions were ripe for an outbreak of cholera.
  • In Peru, a cholera outbreak continues to spread.
  • It appeared to be untouched from the ravages of the outbreak.
  • One week after the outbreak and she’d bet she’d lost five pounds.
  • Fears are growing of a cholera outbreak following the appearance of a number of cases in the city.
  • There were only fifty men in the American airforce at the time of the outbreak of the First World War.
  • He saw, and felt, a connection between the polio outbreak.
  • There was another outbreak in 1831 and frequent disorders down to 1848, when they culminated in another unsuccessful revolution.
  • They’d never had an outbreak of sickness at The Greenbrier before.
  • It is a mere girlish outbreak which, I am sure, will not be permanent.
  • The ambassador did his utmost to prevent the outbreak of hostilities.
  • Others charged their companions with responsibility for the outbreak.
  • There appears to be another outbreak of sickness among seals in the North Sea.

Outbreak Meaning in Thai and in Recognized sources

Outbreak in Cambridge dictionaryWikipedia