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Translation of "hygiene" - English-Spanish dictionary

hygiene

noun [no plural]   /ˈhaɪ.dʒiːn/
A the degree to which people keep themselves or their environment clean, especially to prevent disease higiene Poor standards of hygiene mean that the disease spreads fast. health and hygiene regulations dental/personal hygiene197
(Definition of hygiene from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hygiene

noun /ˈhaidʒiːn/
(the rules or science of) cleanliness whose aim is to preserve health and prevent the spread of disease higiene dental hygiene.
hygienic /-ˈdʒiː-, (American) -ˈdʒe-/ adjective
(opposite unhygienic) free from germs or dirt higiénico Hygienic conditions are essential in a hospital.
hygienically /-ˈdʒiː-, (American) -ˈdʒe-/ adverb
higiénicamente
(Definition of hygiene from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hygiene”
in Vietnamese vệ sinh…
in Malaysian kebersihan…
in Thai สุขลักษณะ…
in French hygiène…
in German die Hygiene…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卫生, 卫生状况…
in Turkish sağlık koruma, temizlik, hijyen…
in Russian гигиена…
in Indonesian higiene…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衛生, 衛生情況…
in Polish higiena…
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