Legal Definition and Related Resources of Symptom

Meaning of Symptom

Synonyms of Symptom


  • alarm
  • augury
  • characteristic
  • clue
  • danger signal
  • diagnostic
  • evidence
  • evincement
  • feature
  • forewarning
  • guide
  • index
  • indicant
  • indication
  • indicator
  • indice
  • indicium
  • intimation
  • manifestation
  • mark
  • means of recognition
  • monition
  • monitor
  • nota
  • notice
  • preindication
  • premonitor
  • premonitory sign
  • prognostic
  • sign
  • signal
  • token
  • trait
  • warning
  • warning sign

Related Entries of Symptom in the Encyclopedia of Law Project

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Symptom in Historical Law

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Legal Abbreviations and Acronyms

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Concept of Symptom

In relation to securing dangerous material (in case of crisis or terrorism) a meaning of symptom may be outlined, in general regarding European law, as follows: Any subjective evidence of a disease or an effect induced by a substance as perceived by the affected subject or evidenced by an observer.[1]


Notes and References

  1. Definition of symptom published by the European Commission






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