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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
heatstrokeheat‧stroke /ˈhiːtstrəʊk $ -stroʊk/ noun [uncountable]  MIfever and weakness caused by being outside in the heat of the sun for too long sunstroke
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heatstrokeGuys would pass out from heatstroke.As the victim's temperature rises higher and higher, they suffer internal heatstroke and all their organs gradually fail.After a heroic week of earth moving, he went down with heatstroke.
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