- Abbreviation of influenza. (Wiktionary)
- Short for influenza. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“This could be due to a misguided belief that the swine flu jab will protect against winter flu**.”
“I don't know about projected deaths of swine flu, but * regular flu* kills about 36,000 people yearly just in the US. 6000 people killed by swine flu so far * world wide* ...”
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“Wondering what the state of the flu is there, ie, restaurants, stores open/closed?, people out on the streets, beaches, life as usual, etc.”
“Modern medicine has made such huge strides against infectious diseases, yesterday's great killers, that, at least for those of us living today in the developed world, death from typhus, smallpox, infantile diarrhea, or a bad bout of the flu is a fairly remote probability, far removed from the radar screens of our daily concerns.”
“But the fourth week, she was always sick with what she called the flu.”
“Gripe is what they call the flu, I call a normal cold.”
“The influenza virus known as the flu is a serious and contagious respiratory illness that ranges from mild to severe and can be fatal.”
“So now that you got the swine flu, is there any need for you to get the vaccine coming out next month?”
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