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Yes i've looked up the definitions of each but honestly they seem to mean the same thing. Can someone break it down for me?


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♥Sophi♥ said...

epidemic a widespread occurrence of a disease, or occasionally of some other undesirable thing eg an epidemic of bad grammar
pandemic The prefix 'pan' refers to 'all' (from Greek). A pandemic is a big epidemic, typically involving the entire world or perhaps a whole country. Unlike 'epidemic', 'pandemic' is only used to refer to diseases.

Dancing In The Rain said...;...
Read this persons answer for it. someone asked like the same question as you before. But it's already resolved. I think the answer is very good.

xDarth Vaderx said...

an epidemic is normally centered in one general one country.while pandemic is more than one country, and normally worldwide.

essentia said...

epidemic is normally localized, pandemic encompasses the entire planet.

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