Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fever"

The meaning of "Fever" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa a fever pitch?
A: You’re right about fever. Pitch alone is a musical note. The expression “fever pitch” means to reach a state of great excitement or unrest. Like, if you picture singing a note so high that it makes your face get red and hot like you have a fever. It usually references a crowd in a concert. It’s not a terribly common expression. I had to look it up to double check the meaning
Q: O que significa "No fever, but the blahs"?
A: It means that he isn't sick, or doesn't have high body temperature. 'The blahs' mean he only feels discomfort, or uneasiness, feeling bored, tired, sad, etc.
Q: O que significa fever?
A: an abnormally high body temperature, usually accompanied by shivering, headache, and in severe instances, delirium.

Q: O que significa Did you get my fever??
A: It means "did you catch an illness from me?"

"Did I pass on my germs to you?"

Example sentences using "Fever"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com fever.
A: He had a fever, so he couldn’t go to school.

The atmosphere in the stadium had reached a fever pitch.

(Fever pitch = a state of extreme excitement)
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com slight fever.
A: I don't feel very well because I have a slight fever
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com yellow fever.
A: "i showed my friend the girl group 'Red Velvet' and now he has yellow fever"
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com I had a fever since yesterday .
A: I wasn't in school because I had a fever yesterday.

I had to go to the doctor's because I had a fever yesterday.

I had a fever yesterday but I feel much better today.

Synonyms of "Fever" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre I got fever e I have fever ?
A: Neither of those is correct.

Correct versions:
‘I have a fever.’
‘I’ve got a fever.’

(Both of these mean the same thing)

Q: Qual é a diferença entre I'm running a fever. e I have a fever. ?
A: I feel like the latter is more common, but other than that there's no difference.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I developed hey fever e I got hey fever e I usually use Got hay fever but I saw the other one on internet and it said It’s common to say. ?
A: 'to develop' is an expression of change. 'developing hay fever' means you didn't have it in the past but now you [suddenly] have it.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre fever e (high) temperature ?
A: Their meaning is identical. "high temperature" can also mean a high temperature in general apart from the illness.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre take fever e take a temperature ?
A: Fever is not measurable. Temperature is measurable.
When you check your temperature (or measure your temperature), if the number is higher than usual, you have a fever.
Fever is by definition: a condition in which the body's temperature is higher than usual, as a sign of illness.

Translations of "Fever"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I have a fever, an adverse reaction to the vaccine.
Please let me know how to reduce a fever exclude medicine (for example, food, drink, massage, etc...)in your country?
A: Okay, here's my attempt.
Let me know how you do
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? “I’ve had a fever for three days.”

Can it be possible to say “I’ve got a fever for three days.”?
A: It’s more natural/grammatically correct to say, “I’ve had a fever for three days.”

I’ve had a fever for three days -> I have had a fever for three days.
“Have had” indicates it is present perfect tense, meaning the event happened but it still has influence on the present.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? "mild fever","moderate fever","mild bitter","moderate bitter",what is the difference?
A: it’s “tingle” and it can refer to a sensation that has a bit of sour feeling and makes you squirm. In the way I used it, I meant like it gave that tingle effect but just very small.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? fever from fatigue: in korean language, we say 몸살이 나다 when you have fever and all the joints in your body are in pain after you overworked yourself or from flu or severe cold, when your body’s telling you to take some rest. thanks.
A: you could say your are “completely exhausted” or “drained” which is an expression sometimes used to express the feeling of fatigue and being overworked. However, if you’re experiencing physical symptoms like joint pain you could say your muscles are “aching” or “sore”
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? fever ke karan ma kal school nahi aunga.
A: ke kaarn

Other questions about "Fever"

Q: I recovered from a cold. The fever also went down. soa natural?
A: you could use.
I recovered from a cold. My fever also went down.
Q: I have a fever in a while.
久しぶり=in a while...? soa natural?
A: If you want to use "in a while" then...

I have not had a fever in a while


It has been a while since I have had a fever
Q: "I have a fever. I have to take medicines. "

"Are you okay? You should to go sleep early."

soa natural?
A: "I have to take some medicine". "You should go to sleep early"
Q: Her fever had risen and she went down like a sack of potatoes. soa natural?
A: @__RIO__: her fever got worse or increased or her temperature went up.
Q: You have a fever.
You should have an absence from kindergarten today .

What do you want to have?Ice cream?? soa natural?
A: Would just change the second sentence to: "You should stay home from kindergarten today."

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