(in World War II) a fast German boat carrying guns and torpedoes
[ee-boh-luh, ih-boh-] /iˈboʊ lə, ɪˈboʊ-/ noun 1. Also called Ebola fever, Ebola hemorrhagic fever, Ebola virus disease. a usually fatal disease, a type of hemorrhagic fever, caused by the Ebola virus and marked by high fever, severe gastrointestinal distress, and bleeding. 2. . n. virus, 1976, named for Ebola River valley in Congo, where it […]
noun 1. a highly contagious virus of the family Filoviridae that causes , a usually fatal disease. Ebola virus Eb·o·la virus (ěb’ə-lə) n. An RNA virus that causes acute, highly fatal hemorrhagic fever that spreads through contact with bodily fluids or secretions of infected persons. Ebola virus (ĭ-bō’lə) A virus of African origin, belonging to […]
[eb-uh n] /ˈɛb ən/ adjective 1. (def 6). /ˈɛbən/ noun, adjective 1. a poetic word for ebony “ebony wood, ebony tree,” mid-15c.; see ebony. Figurative sense of “dark, black” is from 1590s; in some cases a poetic shortening of ebony.
A pan-European backbone network service.