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

The meaning of "Disease" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does develop a disease mean?
A: To become sick with a disease. For example, Donald Trump developed COVID or Steve Jobs developed cancer.
Q: What does It is a disease where 6 per cent of people with DVT dies with a month. (Does this sound natural?) mean?
A: "6 percent of people with DVT die each month" This sounds more natural
Q: What does A: Get rid of that. It's covered in disease.
B: Tsk. Who you supposed to be, my momma?
C: Stop.
B: That was bullshit, right?

C: ((Tappert, take the attic tonight.))===> What does it mean? searching for the attic??? mean?
A: The person is telling Tappert to sleep in the attic that night. "Take the" can be used to specify where you're sleeping.

E.g. "I'll just take the couch for tonight" (I'll sleep on the couch tonight)
Q: What does it's a rather distressing disease and the name of the hospital rather gives it away. mean?
A: It means the disease causes lots of stress and the hospital could do nothing about the disease.
Q: What does He speaks as though he's identifying a disease he is about to excise. mean?
A: Here "excise" means 'to cut out'.

Example sentences using "Disease"

Q: Please show me example sentences with disease and illness.
A: She has caught an illness that is very deadly.

Doctors are trained to cure many diseases.
Q: Please show me example sentences with disease in which.
A: Usually one would say "a disease which." This phrase leads to a description of what happens when one has a particular disease.
"AIDS is a disease which results from infection with HIV. It causes the bodies immune cells to be destroyed, causing the body's immune system to weaken."
"Measles and chickenpox are diseases which cause the body to break out in little red bumps."
"Diabetes is a disease which requires careful monitoring of one's blood sugar."
"Cystic fibrosis is a disease of the lungs which cause them to become obstructed by cysts formed by the body's own immune system."
Q: Please show me example sentences with disease in which.

This is a disease in which most suffers die.
Cancer is a disease in which progress for a cure has been slow.
There are few diseases in which medical science has not tried to find cures.
There few diseases in which more fear is caused than there is for rabies!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Chronic disease .
A: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a chronic disease that affects millions of Americans.
Q: Please show me example sentences with disease ,ease.
A: 1. He was young, so he ran with ease.
2. The chair was small, so it went through the door with ease.
3. He was fluent in English so he spoke with ease.
4. She was very at ease with him because they were old friends.
5. The disease had spread to his liver.
6. Ebola is a nasty disease.
7. The fish in the pond were all pale and diseased.
Hope these help 😄

Synonyms of "Disease" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between disease and illness ?
A: A disease is something that is long term like heart disease or diabetes. An illness usually means something that you can recover from like a cold, the flu, and food poisoning
Q: What is the difference between disease and sickness ?
A: A disease is a condition that was diagnosed by a physician, whereas a sickness is something the person identifies himself with. So if you don't feel well, you can say you have an illness, whether you are diagnosed or not. But a disease is something confirmed and considerably more serious than an illness, regarding of it being diagnosed by a doctor.
There is a slight difference and it means practically the same in casual conversations, but in fact it's pretty serious to differentiate them especially by doctors.
Q: What is the difference between I am cured of a disease. and It is all healed up now. ?
A: I am cured of a disease, it means that you are free of that specific disease, no more sign of it.
I had a cancer but I am all cured now.
All healed up means that you just recovered from physical damage for example is if you have burns or any wounds.
I drank medication and put some creams on my wounds for almost a week and now it's all healed up.
Q: What is the difference between disease and illnees ?
A: Disease and illness are basically the same thing but disease is usually more serious than illness.
Q: What is the difference between disease and disorder and illness ?
A: Disease is used to talk about severe medical problems, eg. "Alzheimer's disease"
Illness can be used for severe and minor medical problems + mental health problems. It's used to talk about long periods of bad health, like "a chronic illness"
A disorder refers to an illness that leads to body parts stop functioning, like "a disorder of the liver", but it is also very often used for mental health problems.

Translations of "Disease"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ポテトの食べすぎが原因で難病を発症しました
→I got a rare disease because of eating too much potatoes

Is this English translation natural?
A: えっと、珍しい病気でしょうか? それなら、"I got a rare disease after eating too many potatoes" それじゃないなら、もし本当に難病で、"I got an incurable disease from eating too many potatoes" と思います。
でも、ポテトの食べすぎ後で、お腹が本当に痛いていたのだけなら、"I ate too many potatoes and got really sick." と思います。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 感染拡大防止のため、マスクをしてください。

To prevent the widespread of the disease, please put a face mask on.

Due to the prevention of the COVID19 infection, please put a face mask on.

A: I would say:

To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infection, please wear a mask.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am affected by this disease.
I contracted this disease.
what's the difference?
A: “i am affected by this disease” - this would mean the disease has affected your life and lifestyle. the symptoms affect your health, emotions, mood, daily routine, etc. but it’s not a very natural way to phrase the sentence this way. you could say instead “the disease has affected my life”

“i contracted this disease” - this means you received the disease. you became sick with the disease.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Water-borne, is that mean a disease from water?
A: Waterborne means traveling on water basically. So waterborne illnesses are microorganisms in contaminated or untreated water
Hope that helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The disease being contagious, Does this sound natural??
A: Yes (though the main verb is “recommended”)

Other questions about "Disease"

Q: Because of the disease, he called off a plan of going out. Does this sound natural?
A: *he called off his plan of going out.
The rest in correct.
Q: He never suffered from any disease, but he was already too old. He certainly died of old age. Does this sound natural?
A: I would probably say "he definitely died of old age" rather than certainly. And diseases might sound more natural. Otherwise looks fine though. :)
Q: You will be disease If you do not exercise for a certain period of time. Does this sound natural?
A: You will get sick if you do not exercise for a certain period of time.
Q: "This disease has killed many people among the world."

This is a sentence written by a nonnative speaker of English. I think "among the world" is incorrect and it should be "in the world" instead, but I don't know how to explain the reason. How would you explain it?
A: Yes, "among the world" is incorrect. You would say it in reference to a group; "you are among friends", "I walk among you(plural)".
Q: It's very difficult to remember disease name. Is there any good way to remember those names?
A: Yes, but it's hard even for English speakers, because medical terms are based on Latin and Greek. To make it easier, you can learn the Latin/Greek suffixes/prefixes for words, but this is really only valuable if you are a medical professional.

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