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„Diabetes“ - noun, singular or mass

The term Diabetes is the 32.666th most common word in the English language and appears 1.359 times within lexicon. Diabetes is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal published since 1952 by the American Diabetes Association.º The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. There follow instances of the term in full text: "... of what is now Diabetes UK ..."¹ "Diabetes mellitus and the use ..."² "... to establish World Diabetes Day."³ Rotated its written setebaiD. Rhyme words are Mycetes, Morgetes und Boletes. The according MD5 checksum is 52d261e9ebc332373e9c8a0abb6bd605 and the SHA1 sum is 7b37baebf228ef544bf9ed790118b32f3f15f8ae. The T9 representation 34223837 corresponds this term.

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word name: Diabetes

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

other word forms: diabetes

typical left word neighbours: Juvenile Joslin Medtronic Type-2 Gestational Strelitz Steno

typical right word neighbours: mellitus Mellitus insipidus Insipidus Endocrine Educators Endocrinology

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