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Translation of "fumigate" - English-Spanish dictionary

fumigate

verb /ˈfjuːmiˌɡeit/
to treat a place with chemical fumes, smoke, or gas to kill harmful insects or bacteria
fumigar
Because of an ant infestation, the family fumigated the house with an insecticide.
fumigation noun
fumigación
fumigation for bed bugs.
Translations of “fumigate”
in Vietnamese xông khói…
in Thai รมควัน…
in Malaysian mewasap…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用毒性氣體)薰蒸,煙熏(以除害蟲或消毒)…
in Indonesian fumigasi, pengasapan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用毒性气体)熏蒸,烟熏(以除害虫或消毒)…
(Definition of fumigate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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