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Translation of "germ" - English-Spanish dictionary

germ

noun   /dʒɜːm/
a very small living thing that causes disease microbio, germen Wash your hands before you cook so you don’t spread germs.
(Definition of germ from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

germ

noun /dʒəːm/
a very tiny animal or plant that causes disease germen Disinfectant kills household germs.
the small beginning (of anything) germen, embrión, principio the germ of an idea.
germicide noun
a substance that kills germs or microorganisms. germicida
germicidal adjective
germicida, bactericida a comparative study of the germicidal effect of different disinfectants.
(Definition of germ from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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