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Translation of "sterile" - English-Spanish dictionary

sterile

adjective   /ˈster·aɪl/
completely clean and without any bacteria estéril a sterile needle458412351
sterility noun [no plural]   /stəˈrɪl·ə·ti/
esterilidad
(Definition of sterile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sterile

adjective /ˈsterail/
(of soil, plants, humans and other animals) unable to produce crops, seeds, children or young. estéril
free from germs esterilizado A surgeon’s equipment must be absolutely sterile.
sterility /-ˈri-/ noun
esterilidad
sterilize /-ri-/ verb ( (also steriliseBritish))
to make (a woman etc) sterile. esterilizar
to kill germs in (eg milk) or on (eg surgical instruments) by boiling. esterilizar
sterilization noun ( (also sterilisationBritish))
esterilización
(Definition of sterile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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