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toxoplasmosis (n.)

disease caused by infection of the common protozoan eukaryote Toxoplasma gondii (found in cat feces, contaminated food, etc.), by 1951, with -osis + toxoplasma (1913), coined 1909 in French from Greek toxon "bow, arch," in reference to the organism's lunate shape (see toxic), + plasma (see plasma).

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Definitions of toxoplasmosis from WordNet

toxoplasmosis (n.)
infection caused by parasites transmitted to humans from infected cats; if contracted by a pregnant woman it can result in serious damage to the fetus;
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toy-box

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traceable