virus

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virus englannista suomeksi

  1. virus

  1. Substantiivi

  2. virus

  3. virus, virustauti

  4. virus, tietokonevirus

virus englanniksi

  1. tumor virus

  1. A submicroscopic, non-cellular structure consisting of a core of DNA or RNA surrounded by a protein coat, that requires a living host cell to replicate, and often causes disease in the host organism; such agents are often classed as nonliving infectious particles and less often as microorganisms.

  2. 2001, Leslie Iversen, ''Drugs: A Very Short Introduction'' (Oxford 2001, p. 64)

  3. Viruses are the smallest and most simplified forms of life.
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  5. A quantity of such infectious agents

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  7. A disease caused by such an infectious agent; a viral illness.

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  9. Venom, as produced by a poisonous animal etc.

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  11. A type of malware which can covertly transmit itself between computers via networks (especially the Internet) or removable storage such as disks, often causing damage to systems and data; also virus.

  12. Any type of malware.

  13. Any malicious or dangerous entity that spreads from one place or person to another.

  14. 2011, Pat Mesiti, ''The $1 Million Reason to Change Your Mind''

  15. I am tired of the mind viruses that are crippling people living in the western world — especially in my own nation. Sadly, Australia is becoming known as a nation of whingers.
  16. (l)

  17. (l)

  18. virus

  19. (l) (a submicroscopic, non-cellular structure)

  20. virus (a type of computer malware)

  21. virus (virus)

  22. (l) (pathogen)

  23. virus

  24. (l):

  25. A submicroscopic, non-cellular structure consisting of a core of DNA or RNA surrounded by a protein coat, that requires a living host cell to replicate, and often causes disease in the host organism; such agents are often classed as nonliving infectious particles and less often as microorganisms.

  26. virus: A type of malware which can covertly transmit itself between computers via networks (especially the Internet) or removable storage such as disks, often causing damage to systems and data.

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  28. A stinking, or rammish smell.

  29. The seed or nature in animals.

  30. A nasty taste.

  31. Poison, venom.

  32. Bitterness, sharpness.

  33. A strong smell of spices or perfumes.Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary revised 1847 by A. Jamieson, https://archive.org/details/ainsworthslatind00ains

  34. slimy liquid, slime

  35. (l) (infectious organism)

  36. (topics) (l)

  37. virus (virus) (''see (l)'')

  38. (l) (DNA/RNA causing disease)

  39. virus