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fester

verb   /ˈfes.tər/
If a cut or other injury festers, it becomes infected and produces pus. (of a cut or injury) to become infected and produce pus enconarse a festering sore584
If an argument or bad feeling festers, it continues so that feelings of hate or lack of satisfaction increase. (of an argument or bad feeling) to continue so that feelings of hate or lack of satisfaction increase enconarse It’s better to express your anger than let it fester inside you. a festering argument/dispute1808
(Definition of fester from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fester

verb /ˈfestə/
(of an open injury eg a cut or sore) to become infected inflamarse, supurar, enconarse The wound began to fester.
(Definition of fester from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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