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Translation of "infect" - English-Spanish dictionary

infect

verb /inˈfekt/
to fill with germs that cause disease; to give a disease to infectar She had a bad cold last week and has infected the rest of the class.
infected /inˈfektid/ adjective
containing harmful bacteria that cause disease infectado infected food/water.
(of a body part or wound) containing harmful bacteria that stop it from healing infectado an infected toe.
(computing) changed or damaged by a computer virus infectado The anti-virus program detected an infected file.
infection /-ʃən/ noun
the process of infecting or state of being infected infección You should wash your hands after handling raw meat to avoid infection.
a disease infección a throat infection.
infectious /-ʃəs/ adjective
likely to spread to others infeccioso Measles is an infectious disease.
infectiously adverb
de manera infecciosa
(Definition of infect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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