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germ

noun
 
 
/dʒɜːm/
[C] a very small living thing that causes disease
микроб, бактерия
Wash your hands before cooking so that you don't spread germs.Bacteria, moulds, germs and viruses
the germ of sth the beginning of something
зачаток, зародыш
the germ of a brilliant ideaBeginnings and starts
Translations of “germ”
in Arabic جَرْثومة…
in Korean 세균…
in Malaysian kuman, bibit…
in French microbe, germe…
in Turkish mikrop…
in Italian microbo, germe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生物體, 病菌, 細菌…
in Polish zarazek…
in Vietnamese vi trùng, mầm mống…
in Spanish germen, embrión, principio…
in Portuguese micróbio…
in Thai เชื้อโรค, สิ่งแรกเริ่ม…
in German der Krankheitserreger, der Keim…
in Catalan germen, microbi…
in Japanese ばい菌, 細菌, 病原菌…
in Indonesian mikroba, kuman, benih…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生物体, 病菌, 细菌…
(Definition of germ from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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