Examples of flu in a Sentence
He came down with a bad bout of the flu.
Recent Examples of flu from the Web
Dr. Scott Rizzo, the medical director for BluePearl Speciality and Emergency Hospital in Louisville, said he’s seen at least seven confirmed and 10 to 15 probable cases of a canine flu known as H3N2.
One of the big things that’s hit us in the last six months is bird flu.
The flu season that just ended was a long one that peaked in February and was considered moderately severe.
There’s a new weapon taking shape in the war on flu, one of the globe’s most dangerous infectious diseases.
The Zika virus causes mild flu-like symptoms in most infected people, but has been linked to an increase in babies born with microcephaly, which results in abnormally small heads and impaired brain development.
On Jan. 8, Brown was screened for flu-like symptoms by medical-staff members checking for sick inmates.
My most memorable moment was playing with the flu in the first round and scoring 23 points to get us a bi-district championship.
Although summer heat will hold a tight grip on the weather this week, winter cold and flu season continues to linger in Naperville.
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Origin and Etymology of flu
First Known Use: 1839See Words from the same year
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Definition of flu for English Language Learners
: a common disease that is caused by a virus and that causes fever, weakness, body aches, and breathing problems
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