Succumb: ➢ To lose the determination to oppose something; to accept defeat The town finally succumbed last week after being pounded with heavy artillery for more than two months. I'm afraid I succumbed to temptation and had a piece of cheesecake. I felt sure it would only be a matter of time before he succumbed to my charms. ➢ To die or suffer badly from an illness Thousands of cows have succumbed to the disease in the past few months. ➢ கழடஙக. Suspected: ➢ To think or believe something to be true or probable So far, the police do not suspect foul play. We had no reason to suspect (that) he might try to kill himself. "Do you think she'll have told them?" "I suspect not/so." ➢ சநேதகம acute : ➢ If a bad situation is acute, it causes severe problems or damage She felt acute embarrassment/anxiety/concern at his behaviour. The problem of poverty is particularly acute in rural areas. ➢ An acute pain or illness is one that quickly becomes very severe acute abdominal pains an acute attack of appendicitis ➢ கடைமயான respiratory : ➢ relating to breathing Smoking can cause respiratory diseases. ➢ மசச வடதல சமபநதமான Distress : ➢ a feeling of extreme worry, sadness or pain She claimed that the way she had been treated at work had caused her extreme emotional and psychological distress. Many of the horses were showing signs of distress at the end of the race. ➢ when you are suffering or are in great danger and therefore in urgent need of help Six people were rescued by helicopter from a fishing boat in distress off the Cornish coast. a distress signal ➢ தனபம syndrome : ➢ a combination of medical problems that commonly go together, which might show the existence of a particular disease or mental condition used in the names of various illnesses irritable bowel syndrome ➢ a type of negative behaviour or mental state that is typical of a person in a particular situation It's a classic case of the bored-housewife syndrome - she's got nothing to do all day except drink and go shopping.
➢ ஒததைசநதரககம ேநாய கற Dysfunction : ➢ a problem or fault in a part of the body or a machine There appears to be a dysfunction in the patient's respiratory system sepsis : ➢ a severe medical condition in which bacteria enter the blood after an operation or accident ➢ அழகய பண காரணமாக கரதயல நசச தனைம உணடாதல shivering : ➢ When people or animals shiver, they shake slightly because they feel cold, ill or frightened The poor dog - it's shivering! He shivered with cold in his thin cotton shirt. ➢ நடககம limb : ➢ an arm or leg of a person or animal, or a large branch of a tree The accident victims mostly had injuries to their lower limbs (= legs). an artificial limb ➢ அஙகம