Complete Definition of "syndrome"

English

Etymology
From Gr. term|scGrek|ÏÏνδÏομή|trsyndrome||concurrence of symptoms, concourse|langel, from term|scGrek|ÏÏνδÏομοÏ|trsyndromos||running together, from term|scGrek|ÏÏν-|trsyn-||with|langel + term|scGrek|δÏÏμοÏ|trdromos||running, course|lang=el.

Noun
en-noun

  1. pathology A recognizable pattern of symptoms or behaviours.

Translations
trans-top|recognizable pattern of symptoms or behaviours
Dutch: t|nl|syndroom
Finnish: t|fi|oireyhtymä, t|fi|syndrooma
Greek: t|el|ÏÏνδÏομή|trsindromé|f, t|el|ÏÏνδÏομο|trsíndromo|n
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Norwegian: t|no|syndrom
Turkish: t|tr|sendrom
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