Meaning of Sudden

What is Sudden:

Sudden refers to something that occurs, appears or manifests itself suddenly or precipitously. The word, as such, comes from Latin subĭtus, which means 'unexpected'.

As such, an event can be considered as sudden when it occurs suddenly or precipitously, without being anticipated or planned: "It was a sudden storm, until a moment ago there was a splendid sun."

Likewise, sudden can be a change that is experienced from one moment to another without a gradual process of transformation: "The individual who suffers from bipolar disorder is characterized by sudden mood changes."

Similarly, a sudden pain is the sudden and intense appearance or manifestation of the symptoms of an illness or disease, or its sudden exacerbation, and as such it should be evaluated by a health professional who can diagnose the causes.

On the other hand, the expression “suddenly” is also used to mean ‘suddenly’ or ‘suddenly’: “Everything happened suddenly, we did not have time to react”. In this sense, synonyms for sudden in their adverbial function are suddenly, unexpectedly, unexpectedly, unexpectedly.

Sudden rash

In medicine, as a sudden rash, also known as roseola, it is called a childhood disease that usually manifests before the age of two, and whose external symptoms are a rash or transient rash on the skin that appears after three or four days of fever high. As such, it is a very common disease caused by human herpesvirus type 6, also known by its acronym in English as HHV-6 (Human Herpes Virus 6).

Sudden saint

Sudden saint is an expression in Italian that means 'holy immediately' or 'holy now'. As such, it is a request that is raised, after the death of a man or a woman in whom holy virtues are recognized, due to their pious works in life. This was the case in 2005, after the death of Pope John Paul II, when the crowds gathered in the Vatican called for "sudden saint", that is, the immediate canonization of the late Pope.

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