Josie caught a virus last week and has been very sick ever since.
Tom caught a virus and had to stay home from work.
Scientists are fighting to stem the spread of the AIDS virus.
Something else to be borne in mind here is the rapidity with which the virus can reproduce.
It's a lot less likely for a Macintosh computer to have a virus than a computer running Windows.
A flu shot contains antibodies that fight the H1N1 virus.
Colds are caused by viruses.
The virus makes him very feverish.
Most viruses are spread over the Internet.
In short, it is because the 'plan.doc' file I attached in the previous email was infected with a virus.
If you click on that pop-up advertisement, you might get a virus on your computer.
A computer virus can infect thousands of PCs.
Some of these children are infected with the HIV virus.
There's virus attacink my computer
The computer virus destroyed all the data on his computer.
Angielskie słowo "wirus" (virus) występuje w zestawach:Choroby i objawy (Illnesses and symptoms)Illnesses and accidents / Choroby i wypadkiUnit 6 - HEALTH (Solutions Gold - Upper Intermidiate)11.2 Choroby, urazy, objawy choróbVocabulary Bank - Science & Technology (12)
The wicked witch cast a spell on the man and turned him into a bug.
Probably there is a bug on APAL webpage, but this shouldn’t have any negative impact on algorithm and in general on solution.
I dunno if it's a bug or what, but this software doesn't work right.
We still don't know if it really is a bug.
The difference between the right word and almost the right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.
Stop bugging me!
That really ended up setting the stage for everything, and that really gave me the bug for going to events and connecting in person with all these people that are sort of doing their thing online.
The boy bugs me the hell out of me, I can't help Lisa with her homework.
Oh, while I remember, it seems that that was a bug that occurs when you use the comment field's 'letter-spacing' tag which adjusts the tracking.
A bug is a collective word used for insects in general, or for a virus, such as an influenza bug, or for a small hidden microphone (in an embassy for example.)
What bugs me most is too less legroom during the flight.
I hope it doesn't bug you.
Finding and fixing bugs, or "debugging", has always been a major part of computer programming.
I've got this bug about collecting books.
There was a bug in my Address Book and many addresses including yours were deleted.
Angielskie słowo "wirus" (bug) występuje w zestawach:pazdz - 2 lista level 3Diseases and symptomsVocabulary Bank: Healthvocabulary bank: HEALTHPrzydatne słówka