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Severe

Meanings and phrases

severe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality; terrible; wicked
  2. very strong or vigorous; hard; knockout
  3. severely simple; austere; stark; stern
  4. causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm; dangerous; grave; grievous; serious; life-threatening
  5. unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment; - H.G.Wells; spartan
  6. very bad in degree or extent
n.
  1. a respiratory disease of unknown etiology that apparently originated in mainland China in 2003; characterized by fever and coughing or difficulty breathing or hypoxia; can be fatal; SARS
n.
  1. a congenital disease affecting T cells that can result from a mutation in any one of several different genes; children with it are susceptible to infectious disease; if untreated it is lethal within the first year or two of life; severe combined immunodeficiency disease; SCID
n.
  1. a congenital disease affecting T cells that can result from a mutation in any one of several different genes; children with it are susceptible to infectious disease; if untreated it is lethal within the first year or two of life; severe combined immunodeficiency; SCID

more severe

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E.g.
  • If the condition is more severe, it may take many years.
  • He had a more severe one a few days later.
  • Floods became more common and more severe.

severe damage

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E.g.
  • In 1995 Hurricane Luis caused severe damage on Barbuda.
  • Suffered severe damage during the Civil War.
  • The 1838 earthquake caused severe damage.

severe weather

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E.g.
  • Males also rest on flowers during severe weather.
  • The severe weather warnings are only broadcast in Japanese.
  • wildfires, severe weather, floods, dust storms, earthquakes).

most severe

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E.g.
  • Tier 1 is the most severe and Tier 3 is the least.
  • However, for some areas, it was the most severe.
  • In 1721, the most severe epidemic occurred.

suffered severe

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E.g.
  • Urbanczyk rescued several people and suffered severe injuries.
  • The building suffered severe damage from an earthquake in 746.
  • In August 1949, the locomotive suffered severe turbine damage.

suffered a severe

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E.g.
  • While staying at an inn he suffered a severe asthma attack.
  • On November 1, 2008, Wilson suffered a severe brain injury.
  • The Indians suffered a severe loss and withdrew on Sept. 12.

severe cases

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E.g.
  • In severe cases: two tablets daily in two doses.
  • In severe cases, photochemotherapy is an option.
  • In exceptionally severe cases PUVA therapy may be considered.

less severe

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E.g.
  • Attacks get less severe and less frequent in middle age.
  • Nausea and vomiting are less severe and more easily controlled.
  • General comment was that his cyclone was less severe than the 2005 storm.

severe tropical

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E.g.
  • On September 5, JMA upgraded Dujuan into a severe tropical storm.
  • On January 24, the cyclone weakened into a severe tropical storm.
  • Later on May 4, Chan-hom strengthened into a severe tropical storm.

caused severe

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E.g.
  • In 1995 Hurricane Luis caused severe damage on Barbuda.
  • The 1838 earthquake caused severe damage.
  • This was said to have caused severe health problems among area residents.

so severe

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E.g.
  • The blow was so severe that her bow was almost wrenched off.
  • This ailment was so severe that it was thought to be leprosy.
  • However, when the slew rate of the current is not so severe (e.g.

severe flooding

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E.g.
  • In Queensland, Beni was responsible severe flooding.
  • This resulted in severe flooding and mudslides in the canyons.
  • Damage was heaviest in Virginia, where heavy rains left severe flooding.

severe financial

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E.g.
  • Short engaged in land speculation and incurred severe financial losses.
  • Under his presidency at Maynooth, the institution suffered severe financial problems.
  • Deteriorating economic performance in 1997–98 culminated in a severe financial crisis in 1999.

severe drought

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  • By 1877, it had become the most severe drought ever recorded.
  • A severe drought has ruined the carrot crop in Bugs Bunny's northern home.
  • Excessive rains began falling in March 2018 following a year of severe drought.

cause severe

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  • It can cause severe and less often fatal strokes.
  • If ingested, the sap can cause severe damage to internal organs.
  • Skin contact with the roots can cause severe itching and swelling.

severe injuries

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E.g.
  • Urbanczyk rescued several people and suffered severe injuries.
  • He was thrown clear, receiving severe injuries to his arms, back and legs.
  • Several severe injuries or diseases can cause IA in a wide range of patients.

due to severe

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  • Investigators said the victim died due to severe illness.
  • He was then admitted to hospital due to severe back pain.
  • Officials recommended boats to stay at port due to severe conditions.

causing severe

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  • One of the rockets hit the National Assembly building, causing severe damage.
  • At 04:00 the PAVN opened fire on an LCU causing severe damage and killing 1 sailor.
  • The B&Q superstore had to be demolished and the junction was closed for several months, causing severe disruption.

very severe

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E.g.
  • The pain of his head wound had become very severe.
  • This handicap is very severe and, thus, not competitive.
  • This leads to very severe hypermetropia.

severe tropical storm

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • On September 5, JMA upgraded Dujuan into a severe tropical storm.
  • On January 24, the cyclone weakened into a severe tropical storm.
  • Later on May 4, Chan-hom strengthened into a severe tropical storm.

severe pain

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E.g.
  • However, this juice causes him to have severe pain.
  • That night, Norton was struck with a severe pain in his eyes.
  • They drink champagne but Tommaso is unable to hide his severe pain.

severe storm

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  • Two days out, a severe storm arose imperiling the ship.
  • In October 1944, a severe storm in the English channel broached the ship on the beach, "breaking her back."
  • The letter concludes: Soon after the ship set sail from Nantes, a severe storm drove the vessel back ashore.

severe economic

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  • Another severe economic crisis hit in 2003 to 2004, again causing a surge in emigration.
  • The resignation followed severe economic and political crises over the previous six to twelve months.
  • France was experiencing such a severe economic depression that there wasn't enough food to go around.

severe enough

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  • Exsanguination is blood loss severe enough to cause death.
  • The damage was severe enough that she was paid off on the 23rd.
  • It was severe enough that she twice sought treatment at a local hospital that day.

severe depression

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  • The severe depression that started in 1893 ripped apart the Democratic party.
  • Beramok is associated with mental issues of severe depression or other mood disorders.
  • There is limited evidence of effectiveness for CBT in bipolar disorder and severe depression.

suffered from severe

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E.g.
  • He suffered from severe head trauma and vertebrae fractures.
  • At the end of World War One, Copenhagen suffered from severe housing shortage.
  • In recent decades, China has suffered from severe environmental deterioration and pollution.

severe illness

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E.g.
  • A delay of six months was caused by severe illness.
  • Investigators said the victim died due to severe illness.
  • On 11 April 2013, she died following a short, severe illness.

severe burns

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  • The bodies were stripped of clothing and revealed severe burns, he said.
  • Thirty-one survivors reached the surface, with some sustaining severe burns.
  • One of them suffered severe burns when she came into contact with the third rail.

moderate to severe

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E.g.
  • Dogs that are bitten may develop a moderate to severe dermatitis.
  • It is typically constant, and may be moderate to severe in intensity.
  • About 6 to 19 per 1,000 cause a moderate to severe degree of problems.

severe blow

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E.g.
  • Khan's death dealt the Adilshah's rule a severe blow.
  • The Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine proved to be a severe blow to Bulgaria's military.
  • The loss was valued at some £1.5 million (£ in today's money), dealing a severe blow to British commerce.

severe losses

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E.g.
  • Gen. Alfred Iverson suffered severe losses assaulting the I Corps division of Brig.
  • It is found in Brazil, where it is poisonous to livestock and has caused severe losses.
  • Although Grant suffered severe losses during the campaign, it was a strategic Union victory.

severe mental

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E.g.
  • Leila died in 1945 after suffering severe mental illness which had confined her to a hospital.
  • But why prolong life if this is to be accompanied by increases in severe mental and physical impairment?
  • Uiso's father Crown Prince Sado had a severe mental illness and was often at odds with his father, King Yeongjo.

severe winter

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E.g.
  • February was by far the coldest month in this severe winter.
  • The most severe winter days in Lapland can see the temperature fall down to .
  • During the severe winter of 1940, the battalion remained in battle positions.

severe injury

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E.g.
  • Moreover, due to severe injury, he might also have experienced trauma to his head, neck, and chest.
  • Higgins later picked up a severe injury, which forced him to temporarily retire from the game in May 1984.
  • At least one case of severe injury was noted from an explosion involved in metal powders used for fused filament printing.

caused severe damage

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In 1995 Hurricane Luis caused severe damage on Barbuda.
  • The 1838 earthquake caused severe damage.
  • In localized areas, the flooding caused severe damage to roads and houses.

severe criticism

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E.g.
  • The Met received severe criticism for its role in the phone hacking scandal.
  • However, this interpretation drew rather severe criticism for being premature.
  • His most severe criticism was 'He—or she—does not know how to join two notes together.'

severe thunderstorms

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E.g.
  • Floods, blizzards, and severe thunderstorms can also occur.
  • High frequency of heavy showers, severe thunderstorms and flooding.
  • The area is vulnerable to hurricanes as well as floods and severe thunderstorms.

particularly severe

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E.g.
  • The problem is particularly severe in China and India.
  • The outbreak in 2012 was particularly severe.
  • A particularly severe crisis in 1907 led Congress to enact the Federal Reserve Act in 1913.

severe punishment

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E.g.
  • If you lodge a complaint against them, they will face severe punishment.
  • The most severe punishment defined in the Criminal Code is life imprisonment.
  • Persia, Ottoman and Dagestan clans made preparations for Kartli's severe punishment.

severe head

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E.g.
  • He suffered from severe head trauma and vertebrae fractures.
  • He later succumbed to his severe head injuries at a local hospital.
  • But the worst problem occurred when Schirra developed a severe head cold.

severe form

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E.g.
  • Infectious arthritis is another severe form of arthritis.
  • ISSD is the most severe form of the sialic acid storage diseases.
  • Infibulation, the most severe form of excision, was not practiced.

too severe

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E.g.
  • However, Moore's wounds were too severe and he died the following day.
  • Still, economic circumstances were not too severe when compared to the rest of Europe.
  • The leg injury proved too severe, and his retirement was officially announced on 7 October.

severe thunderstorm

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E.g.
  • The flight crew consisted of the following: A severe thunderstorm arrived at JFK just as Flight 66 was approaching the New York City area.
  • In 2017, Chiemsee Summer was hit by a severe thunderstorm amidst evening performances, causing mass panicking and leaving several attendants injured.
  • On 13 March 1834 there was an earthquake, with aftershocks on 15 and 21 March, and on 24 March there was a severe thunderstorm with hail and water saturated with sulfur.

severe symptoms

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E.g.
  • Maroteaux–Lamy syndrome has a variable spectrum of severe symptoms.
  • The symptoms can appear quickly, the patient will suffer from severe symptoms which may lead to death.
  • EFF has less severe symptoms than SPD, with less gastrointestinal signs and more lymph node involvement.

suffering from severe

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E.g.
  • In 1976, the band was suffering from severe stress.
  • In 1983, suffering from severe illness, he took his own life.
  • By the early 1970s, Indiana Avenue was suffering from severe urban blight.

suffered severe damage

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E.g.
  • The building suffered severe damage from an earthquake in 746.
  • The island of Dominica suffered severe damage from Hurricane Omar.
  • Several of the Union ships were hit, but none suffered severe damage.

experienced severe

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E.g.
  • In the 1960s and 1970s, the country experienced severe left-right political polarization and turmoil.
  • Like many other London clubs, the Constitutional experienced severe financial difficulties with the passing years.
  • He left in January 1889, but while on the journey they experienced severe weather conditions in the Atlantic Ocean.

severe case

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E.g.
  • She survives the fall, and manages to get back to New Montana, but contracted a severe case of black lung.
  • The second classification of the Seddon system is referred to as axonotmesis which is a more severe case of peripheral nerve injury.
  • In December 1943, while on a trip to Dhaka, health problems flared anew, a severe case of Phlebitis causing a two-month hospitalization.

severe storms

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E.g.
  • "—Worsening and more frequent earthquakes and severe storms like hurricanes threaten society in "Ark".
  • The lakes are prone to sudden and severe storms, in particular in the autumn, from late October until early December.
  • His book "Significant Tornadoes" is considered a critical and authoritative source among severe storms meteorologists.

severe tropical cyclone

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E.g.
  • Early on November 26, the FMS reported that Sina had become a category 3 severe tropical cyclone.
  • The FMS subsequently reported during the next day that the system had become a category 3 severe tropical cyclone.
  • Fran moved into the region during 11 March as a Category 3 severe tropical cyclone, with 10-minute sustained winds of 140 km/h (85 mph).

suffering severe

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E.g.
  • Lily Bumster, by this time suffering severe tuberculosis, died in late 1916.
  • While suffering severe casualties, the German force won a mostly temporary reprieve.
  • Young, who was steering, was hurled onto the barge, suffering severe injuries to the back.

severe restrictions

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E.g.
  • In 1983, the MGK decided to allow the formation of new parties with severe restrictions.
  • The Syrian government placed severe restrictions on the Jewish community, including on emigration.
  • After a year and half, the MGK decided to allow the formation of new parties with severe restrictions.

severe casualties

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E.g.
  • VFL club University left the league and went into recess due to severe casualties.
  • While suffering severe casualties, the German force won a mostly temporary reprieve.
  • Meanwhile, the deception raids at The Nek and Lone Pine resulted in severe casualties.

severe shortage

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E.g.
  • There is a severe shortage of personnel when it comes to treating drug addiction.
  • Production of every type of weapon peaked in June and July 1944, but there was now a severe shortage of fuel.
  • As a result of this disaster, the following year there was a severe shortage of food which caused large-scale rioting.

risk of severe

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E.g.
  • Palivizumab is used to reduce the risk of respiratory syncytial virus in children at increased risk of severe disease.
  • On April 8, the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) first introduced a risk of severe weather in their day 6 outlook, valid on April 13.
  • A moderate risk of severe weather was issued by the SPC for August 24, with a significant threat for tornadoes, some of which could be strong.

severe disease

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E.g.
  • Frank Ostrowski died in 2011 after a severe disease.
  • Hypercapnia only occurs if severe disease or respiratory muscle fatigue occurs.
  • Hemoglobin E/β-thalassemia is a severe disease, and it still has no universal cure.

severe penalties

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E.g.
  • Importing larger quantities than this can carry severe penalties.
  • A classic road rally is not about speed; in fact, there are severe penalties for finishing too early.
  • In 2004, cannabis was made a Class C drug with less severe penalties but it was moved back to Class B in 2009.

sustained severe

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E.g.
  • The aircraft sustained severe damage.
  • Both vessels sustained severe damage.
  • Both stands sustained severe slump damage during the earthquake in 2011.

severe problems

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E.g.
  • Most theories containing gravitons suffer from severe problems.
  • Bank of America, however, had its own separate severe problems, and its stock plunged.
  • Random fusion can result in severe problems to the normal functioning of the human body.

patients with severe

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E.g.
  • Consequently, patients with severe deficiencies in this CYP, i.e.
  • Successful use of charcoal hemoperfusion has been claimed in patients with severe aconite poisoning.
  • The excretion of ofloxacin may be reduced in patients with severe liver function disorders (e.g., cirrhosis with or without ascites).

faced severe

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E.g.
  • Over the period of time, Gilbert Hill has faced severe erosion problems too.
  • However, WJ faced severe media scrutiny for refusing to accept responsibility for the incident.
  • Under Hughes's leadership, Bangor University faced severe financial problems, resulting in several reductions of staff.

severe consequences

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E.g.
  • The failure of the attack had severe consequences for England.
  • The collective persecution of the gendarmerie had severe consequences for its members.
  • A show spokesperson explained that Sam makes a "split-second decision" with severe consequences.

causes severe

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E.g.
  • Its bite causes severe local tissue destruction (similar to that of the puff adder).
  • This chemical, CHO, causes severe skin blisters (dermatosis) within hours after exposure.
  • This usually causes severe confusion in the player resulting in the failure of the combination move.

severe brain

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E.g.
  • Shoham died of severe brain damage on 11 June 2001.
  • On November 1, 2008, Wilson suffered a severe brain injury.
  • A caspase 9 knock-out leads to a severe brain malformation.
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