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Translation of "malignant" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

malignant

adjective (DISEASE) 疾病     /məˈlɪɡ.nənt/
describes a disease or a growth that is likely to get uncontrollably worse and lead to death (疾病或腫塊)惡性的,致命的 The process by which malignant cancer cells multiply isn't fully understood. 人們尚未完全瞭解惡性癌細胞的繁殖過程。 Is the tumour malignant or benign? 腫瘤是惡性的還是良性的? →  Compare benign CancerKillingMurder and attempted murder malignantly     /məˈlɪɡ.nənt.li/ adverb Unkind, cruel and unfeelingViolent or aggressiveTreating people or animals badlyInsults and abuse
Translations of “malignant”
in Korean 악성의…
in Arabic خَبيث (طبّي)…
in Portuguese maligno…
in Catalan maligne…
in Japanese 悪性の…
in Italian maligno…
in Russian злокачественный…
in Turkish habis, ölümcül, kötü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疾病, (疾病或肿块)恶性的,致命的…
in Polish złośliwy…
(Definition of malignant adjective (DISEASE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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