Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Outbreak"s

Il significato di "Outbreak" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa what's the latest on the outbreak in Kentucky??
A: "What is the latest news about the outbreak in Kentucky?

"Outbreak" in this case likely means a sudden increase of people catching a specific disease (e.g. COVID).
Q: Che cosa significa outbreak ?
A: A massive spread of something, such as a sickness or disease.

Example:
"There has been an outbreak of Coronavirus cases."
Q: Che cosa significa outbreak?
A: the start of something that spreads

The Ebola virus outbreak has spread across Africa.
I ate too much sugar last night, now I have a major pimple outbreak all over my face.
Q: Che cosa significa outbreak?
A: Depende del contexto
brote del ébola /Ebola outbreak
estallido de la guerra / outbreak of war

Q: Che cosa significa outbreak?
A: Usually used to describe an increase in a disease or sickness. "There was an outbreak of malaria."

Frasi esempio "Outbreak"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con outbreak .
A: Although that prison has top-of-the-line security, there are still prison outbreaks occurring.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con outbreak.
A: There was a huge outbreak today.

Did you know there was a bad virus outbreak?
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con outbreak .
A: 1. There was an outbreak of swine flu in 2009.

2. We were on the outbreak of war.

3. When the test was finished, there was an outbreak of footsteps and paper shuffling.

Parole simili a "Outbreak" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra outbreak e breakout ?
A: “There was an outbreak of covid cases”

“My skin has been breaking out recently”

“I need to break out of this cage”
Q: Qual è la differenza tra The outbreak is no longer out of control. e The outbreak is no longer beyond control. ?
A: "out of control"
it is not being controlled

"beyond control"
it is too big/powerful/old to be controlled

out of = not "in", even if it's possible

beyond = past, out of reach, too far away
Q: Qual è la differenza tra flare-up e outbreak ?
A: outbreak sounds like it involves many people and also sounds more serious and long term:
There was an outbreak of Covid in Italy. It sounds very serious.

'There was a flare-up of Covid in Italy' sounds like there was a brief and less impactful reemergence of Covid, maybe it went away after a few days and only affected one city.

Also you can use flare-up in a personal context, outbreak makes no sense here:
Maria's acne flared up over the weekend and she had to go to the doctor.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra outbreak e plague e epidemic ?
A: 1) The sudden appearance of an illness

2) (noun) A fatal illness that affects many people; (verb) to continually torment someone

3) An illness that spreads to many people (it is not always fatal)
Q: Qual è la differenza tra outbreak e epidemic ?
A: Outbreak - less formal, is usually for smaller cases. IE there has been an outbreak of the flu at my office
Epidemic - more formal/scientific, usually for bigger cases. IE Africa is currently suffering from an Ebola epidemic.

Traduzionde di "Outbreak"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? With the recent outbreak of Covid-19, millions of people have been left without support. To provide care for these people, the Vietnamese government has set up temporary shelters where they can receive health care and medical care.
A: This sounds good!
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? There was a an outbreak of water shortage.
A: "There was a water shortage"또는 "There was a major water shortage"라고 말할 수 있습니다
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? it was outbreak
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? outbreak
A: प्रकोप your answer swatikumari ji
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? A very widespread outbreak of a disease that crosses international borders.
A: A disease outbreak that is so widespread that it even manages to cross borders.

Altre domande riguardo "Outbreak"

Q: The outbreak of new coronavirus has changed the way people to communicate with one another.
Online meetings are increasingly popular way to connect with people at work or with friends. sembra naturale?
A: × The outbreak of new coronavirus has changed the way people to communicate with one another.
✓ The outbreak of the new coronavirus has changed the way people communicate with one another.

× Online meetings are increasingly popular way to connect with people at work or with friends.
✓ Online meetings are becoming an increasingly popular way to connect with people at work or with friends.

Great job otherwise!
Q: I hope to end the outbreak of Coven-19. sembra naturale?
A: I hope to end the outbreak of Covid-19.
Q: "The outbreak of Covid-19, the official name for the novel coronavirus, has wreaked havoc across the sporting world in Korea, which started when local leagues began postponing their seasons or making changes to their match locations."

"It’s an “infodemic,” where what should be to a cure turns out to be almost as bad as the disease, as readers get caught in a fog of conflicting information."

The above sentences were excerpted from the Korean article about coronavirus.
Do they seem natural to native speakers?? sembra naturale?
A: × "It’s an “infodemic,” where what should be to a cure turns out to be almost as bad as the disease, as readers get caught in a fog of conflicting information."
✓ "It’s an “infodemic,” where what should be a cure turns out to be almost as bad as the disease, as readers get caught in a fog of conflicting information."

Q: There is a serious outbreak of Wuhan coronavirus in China.
I'm glued to news on it. sembra naturale?
A: very close:

There is a serious outbreak of coronavirus in Wuhan, China.
I'm glued to THE news on it.
Q: There’s been an outbreak of the flu in this area.

or

The flu has been going around in this area. sembra naturale?
A: "The flu has been going around" is typically how it would be said. We usualy drop the "in this area" and assume it is implied.

The word "outbreak" is usually a 'scary' word. It is often used in the news and in warnings, but not often in normal conversation.

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