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variantn: something that is slightly different from others of the same type
coronavirusn: a group of viruses that cause respiratory, gastrointestinal, and neurological diseases in humans and other animals
dominantadj: more important, influential, or easy to notice than anything else of the same type
transmissibleadj: of or connected with something, such as a disease or trait, able to be passed or transmitted from one person or organism to another
deltan: a triangular area of low and flat land that is formed when a river flows into a larger body of water and deposits sediment; an object shaped like an equilateral triangle
clashn: a fight or argument between two groups of people; a loud noise caused by striking against something
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
hypothesisn: a proposed idea or explanation that is based on a few known facts but has not yet been proven to be true or accurate
isolatev: to physically or socially separate someone or something from other people or things
susceptibleadj: easily influenced, harmed, or affected by something
virusn: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants
infectv: to affect a person, an animal, or a plant with a disease-causing organism
transmitv: to send or forward an electronic signal; to pass something from one person or thing to another
immediatelyadv: now or without delay
simulatev: to make a pretense of someone’s behavior or looks; to reproduce something that exists in real life using computers, models, etc., usually for study or training purposes
drasticadj: radical and extreme; likely to have a significant or far-reaching impact
simplifyv: to make something more straightforward, more understandable, or easier to do
accurateadj: correct and exact in all details
competev: to strive to achieve more success than someone or something
extinctionn: the complete disappearance of a species from the earth
particlen: a small piece of something; a word or piece of a term with grammatical function but little or no significance
observableadj: that can be noticed or seen
universen: everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy
extinctadj: no longer in existence
influenzan: (formal for flu) a highly contagious viral disease that causes fever, severe aching, and catarrh and often occurs in epidemics
lineagen: the ancestry of a person, group, or species
maskv: to conceal something; (noun) a covering that you wear over your face to hide it
dramaticallyadv: in a very impressive manner
reservoirn: a natural or artificial lake used to store water for community use; a large or extra supply of something
cyclen: an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; a bicycle or motorcycle
severeadj: extremely serious or bad in feeling, manner, or strict and harsh; extremely strong or vigorous
overrunv: to invade or occupy a place or territory by force, especially in large numbers; (noun) the act of taking control or overwhelming something or someone
invasiveadj: spreading very quickly, and often aggressively, and difficult to stop
attemptn: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult
myxoman: a benign (= noncancerous) tumor that is made up of connective tissue cells and contains a large amount of mucus (= a thick, slimy substance)
lethaladj: causing or capable of causing death; extremely dangerous
initialadj: of or happening at the beginning; (noun) the first letter of a word, especially a person’s name
outbreakn: a sudden start of something, usually a disease or something dangerous or unpleasant
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
mutationn: the way in which genes of a person, plant, animal, or other organism change and produce permanent differences
hopv: to jump lightly and quickly on one foot or both feet; to move rapidly from one place to another; to travel using an aircraft, bus, etc.
strainn: a force or pressure that stretches or pulls something, sometimes causing damage; (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups
cousinn: the child of your aunt or uncle
mountv: to increase, go up, or advance gradually or continuously; to prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; to ride on something or someone
immuneadj: protected against a particular disease or toxin due to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells
bouncev: to cause to move up or away after hitting a surface; to spring back
survivev: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period
vaccinen: a substance that is put into the body and protects them from disease by causing them to produce antibodies (= proteins that attack harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.)
vaccinatev: to treat with a vaccine, usually by injection, to produce immunity against a disease
essentiallyadv: relating to the essential features or concepts of anything
inventionn: the creation of a new device or process resulting from study and experimentation; the act of inventing
smallpoxn: a highly contagious viral disease characterized by fever, weakness, spots on the skin, and often death
rinderpestn: (also known as cattle plague) a viral disease that affects cloven-hoofed animals, including cattle, goats, and sheep, characterized by fever, diarrhea, and respiratory symptoms, and it can be fatal in severe cases
cattlen: cows, bulls, and buffalos that are raised for their milk or meat as farm animals
outcompetev: to be more successful in competition than someone or something
viraladj: relating to or caused by a virus
carvev: to create something by cutting wood or stone; to turn sharply
distinctadj: noticeable from something else of a similar type
nichen: a specialized role or position that a species occupies within an ecosystem; a job or position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it
respiratoryadj: relating to the organs and processes involved in breathing, such as the lungs and the act of inhaling and exhaling air
tractn: a region of land, often with a specific purpose or use, such as farming, forestry, or mining; a bundle of nerves or a system of organs in the body
norovirusn: a virus that causes gastroenteritis (= inflammation of the stomach and intestines) that is highly contagious and is often spread through contaminated food or water or by close contact with an infected person
intestinen: a long, tube-like organ in the digestive system that is responsible for absorbing nutrients from food and eliminating waste products
coexistv: to live or exist together at the same time in the same place
ecologyn: the study of the relationships between living organisms, including humans, and their physical environment
hepatitisn: a medical condition in which the liver becomes inflamed, often as a result of infection by a virus
occupyv: to consume all of someone’s space, attention, or time
nucleusn: the central and most important part of something; (biology) a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth and reproduction; (physics) the very dense central region of an atom
cytoplasmn: the gel-like substance that fills the cell and surrounds the cell’s organelles made up of water, ions, and organic molecules
epidemiologyn: the study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states or events, including diseases, in specified populations, and the application of this study to the control of health problems
estimatev: to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something
regardlessadv: not paying attention or considering something or someone even if the situation is bad or there are difficulties
infectionn: a condition in which pathogenic microorganisms or viruses have entered the body
conceivableadj: imaginable or possible to understand or believe in the mind
cataclysmn: a sudden violent event that changes the earth’s environment, such as a flood or a war
disastern: an unexpected event or series of events that cause widespread damage, destruction, or loss of life
universaladj: existing or affecting everywhere or everyone

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