fester translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "fester" - English-Turkish dictionary


verb [I]
FEELING If a bad feeling or situation festers, it becomes worse over a period of time.
bozulmak, daha da kötüye gitmek
Hatred between the two groups has festered for years.Deteriorating and making worse
INJURY If an injury festers, it becomes infected.
(yara) azmak, iltihaplanmak, cerahat toplamak
a festering woundDeteriorating and making worse
Translations of “fester”
in Vietnamese mưng mủ…
in Spanish inflamarse, supurar, enconarse…
in Thai เป็นหนอง…
in Malaysian bernanah…
in French (s’)envenimer…
in German eitern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傷口, (傷口)化膿,潰爛…
in Indonesian terinfeksi…
in Russian терзать, мучить, усугубляться…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伤口, (伤口)化脓,溃烂…
in Polish jątrzyć się, ropieć…
(Definition of fester from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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