|kuume englanniksi||temperature, fever, bug|
*: Our intemperence it is that pulls so many several incurable diseases on our heads, that hastens old age, perverts our temperature, and brings upon us sudden death.
*: ...that not only the production of a rational Being was concernd in it, but that possibly the happy foundation and temperature of his body, perhaps his genius and the very cast of his mind […].
*: Only a strong dose of love will cure / A woman with an angry temperature.
: The boiling temperature of pure water is 100 degrees [[Celsius]].
: You have a temperature; I think you should stay home today. You’re sick.
: The temperature dropped nearly 20 degrees; it went from hot to cold.
: "I have a fever. I think Ive the flu."
: [[scarlet fever]]
*: an envious fever
: a fevered lip
: The white hand of a lady fever thee. — Shakespeare.
: These flies are a bother. I’ll get some bug spray and kill them.
: The software bug led the computer to calculate 2 plus 2 as 5.
: He’s got the flu bug.
: I think he’s a gold bug, he has over 10,000 ounces in storage.
: to catch the skiing bug
: We installed a bug in her telephone.
: He suspected the image was a web bug used for determining who was visiting the site.
: Channel 4s bug distracted Jim from his favorite show.
*: At this point your telegraph operator, sitting at your right, goes "Ticky-tick-tickety-de-tick-tick," with his bug, as he calls his transmitter, and looks at you expectantly.
*: As far as the dashes are concerned, the bug is the same in operation as any regular key would be if it were turned up on edge instead of sitting flat on the desk.
*: I was a very good radio operator. I bought my own bug. Thats what the telegraph key in its modern form was called. It was semiautomatic.
*: Sir, spare your threats: / The bug which you would fright me with I seek.
: Don’t bug me, I’m busy!
: We need to know what’s going on. We’ll bug his house.