GC: n

S: WHO – (last access: 2 June 2016); (last access: 2 June 2016).

N: 1. From Greek παν pan all + ζόιον zoion animal.
2. A disease affecting animals of many species especially over a wide area.
3. As adjectives the difference between panzootic and pandemic is that panzootic is (of a disease) affecting animals of many species while pandemic is widespread; general.
4. As a noun pandemic is a pandemic disease; a disease that hits a wide geographical area and affects a large proportion of the population.

S: 1. (last access: 2 June 2016). 2. MW – (last access: 2 June 2016). 3 & 4. (last access: 2 June 2016).

SYN: panzootic disease

S: COSNAUTAS/LIBRO ROJO (last access: 2 June 2016)

CR: epizootic, pandemic.