To remove infection the use of appropriate means.
Any agent, such as a chemical, heat, or radiation, that destroys or inhibits the growth of disease carrying microorganisms.
To affect, cause infection, or contaminate with a pathogenic microorganism or agent.
M.E. infecten, from L. infectus, p.p. of inficere "to immerse in dye, discolor, taint, poison," from equivalent to → in- + → -fac, combining form of facere "to do, make," → fact, + -tus p.p. suffix; from PIE root *dhe- "to set, put."
Fažidan, infinitive from faž "dirt, filth, pus;" related word faže, fažnâk, fažgen, fažegen, fažgin, fažqand "filthy, dirty;" of unknown origin. It may be related to Proto-Ir. root *xard- "to defecate," with offshoots xard "muddy place," xarra "mud," (+ *pati-) payxâl "excrement."
1) A thing that infects or causes infection.
1) Affected with a disease-causing organism.
P. p. of → infect.
A branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, management and treatment of various infectious or contagious diseases.
1) An act or fact of infecting; state of being infected.
Verbal noun of → infect.
1) Capable of causing infection.
faži, fažgar, fažande
Capable of causing infection.