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infest

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪnˈfest/
If insects, animals, weeds (= plants you do not want), etc infest a place, they cause problems by being there in large numbers: [often passive] The hotel was infested with cockroaches.Passing on illness and causing disease
Translations of “infest”
in Vietnamese tràn lan…
in Spanish infestar…
in Thai รังควาญ…
in Malaysian penuh dengan…
in French infester (de)…
in German plagen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (動物、害蟲等)大批出沒於,騷擾…
in Indonesian memenuhi…
in Russian наводнять, кишеть…
in Turkish (böcek, hayvan, ayrık otu) sarmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (动物、害虫等)大批出没于,骚扰…
in Polish opanować…
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