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bacteria

noun [plural]   /bækˈtɪə·ri·ə/
very small living things that can cause disease bacterias
(Definition of bacteria from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bacteria

noun plural /bakˈtiəriə/ ( singular bacterium /-əm/)
(biology) organisms not able to be seen except under a microscope, found in rotting matter, in air, in soil and in living bodies, some being the germs of disease bacteria The throat infection was caused by bacteria.
bac’terial /bækˈtiəriəl/ adjective
(biology) relating to bacteria Bacterial a bacterial infection.
bacteriology /-ˈolədʒi/ noun
(biology) the study of bacteria bacteriología the Department of Bacteriology at the University of Melbourne.
bacteriological /ˈlo-/ adjective
bacteriológico the bacteriological analysis of water.
bacteriologist noun
bacteriólogo Bacteriologists are studying the organisms that cause this disease.
(Definition of bacteria from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bacteria”
in Korean 박테리아, 세균…
in Arabic بَكْتيريا…
in Malaysian bakteria…
in French bactérie(s)…
in Russian бактерия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 細菌…
in Italian batteri…
in Turkish bakteri…
in Polish bakterie…
in Vietnamese vi khuẩn…
in Portuguese bactérias…
in Thai แบคทีเรีย…
in German die Bakterien…
in Catalan bacteris…
in Japanese バクテリア, 細菌…
in Chinese (Simplified) 细菌…
in Indonesian bakteri…
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