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disinfect

  • EN [ ˌdɪsɪnˈfekt]
  • US [ ˌdɪsɪnˈfɛkt]
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English definition

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  • 1. destroy microorganisms or pathogens by cleansing;

    • "disinfect a wound"

Example sentences

  • Chlorine is used to disinfect water.

  • Plough deeply in 30cm, and insolate in the sun to disinfect.

  • Disinfect the wound before you bandage it up.

  • They burned barrels of tar in the street to disinfect the air.

  • Two health workers disinfect each car goes through the village.

  • Function: Remove comedo and dead cell , Oil control, Lavender disinfect & sterilize .

  • They sent people to clean and disinfect the hospitals'sewers.

  • It can disinfect for food surface , and prevent polluted food surface.

  • We always had disinfect the vegetables in boiling water first.

  • White and clean wall work station of spotless. Disinfect close exit.

  • As if the smell of disinfect solution spreading in the hospital forever.

  • Disinfect the would before you bandage it.

  • Dab again with alcohol to disinfect the wound.

  • We would disinfect the microphone for our guests.

  • Wash and disinfect all surfaces and utensils that have been in contact with the raw meat.

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