infect

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(hastalık) bulaştırmak
{f} bulaştırmak
etkile/bulaş/bulaştır
bulaş

Bir hastalığa bulaştırıldınız. - You've been infected.

Kabakulak bulaşıcı bir hastalıktır. - Mumps is an infectious disease.

{f} enfekte etmek
(Tıp) enfekt

Enfekte olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think you've been infected.

Virüs tarafından enfekte edilmekten korkmuyor musun? - Aren't you afraid of getting infected by the virus?

(Arılık) enfekte olmak
bulaşmak
geçirmek
bulaştir
{f} bozmak
bulaştırma
bulaş,bulaştır
geçme
{f} aşılamak
sirayet
infection bulaşma
(Tıp) Bulaştırmak, hastalığı sirayet etmek
herhangi bir hissi sirayet ettirmek
infection
enfeksiyon

Sık sık kulak enfeksiyonu geçiriyorum. - I often have ear infections.

Diş eti enfeksiyonun var. - You have a gum infection.

infection
{i} bulaşma

Bir bulaşman var gibi görünüyorsun. - You seem to have an infection.

infected
enfekte olan
infected
enfekte

O kesik enfekte olmuş görünüyor. - That cut looks infected.

Tom ve çalışanları tüm enfekte koyunları öldürdü. - Tom and his workers killed all the infected sheep.

infected
bulaşmak
infection
bozulma
infection
mikrop kapma
infection
(Tıp) infeksiyon
infection
(Tıp) infeksiyon kontrolü
infection
(Gıda) istila
infection
hastalık
infection
bulaştırma
infection
(hastalık) bulaşma
infected
bulaşmış

Tom'un sorunu ne? Onun bilgisayarına virüs bulaşmış. - What's wrong with Tom? His computer is infected with a virus.

Bilgisayara bir virüs bulaşmış gibi görünüyor. - It seems that the computer was infected by a virus.

infected
(Bilgisayar) Virüslü
infection
enfeksiyonlu
infector
virüsü
infected
enfekte ol

Erkekler HPV ile enfekte olabilirler. - Men can be infected with HPV.

Mary hemşire değildi ve Tom'un yarası enfekte oldu. - Mary was no nurse and Tom's wound got infected.

infecting
(Tıp) infektan
infecting
(Tıp) enfektan
infection
(Tıp) Hastalığın patojen mikro-organizmalar aracılığıyla insana geçmesi, hastalığın bulaşması, bulaşma, enfeksiyon, intan
infection
{i} iltihap

Şişmiş lenf düğümleri genellikle enfeksiyon, tümör ya da iltihap barındıran bölgelerin civarında olur. - Swollen lymph nodes are usually found near the site of an infection, tumour, or inflammation.

infection
(Diş Hekimliği) spesifik patojen mikroorganizmaların vücut dokusunu işgal ederek yol açtıkları iltihabi durum
infection
(Tıp) Hastalık etkeninin insana geçmesi sonucu meydana gelen hastalık, enfeksiyöz hastalık
infection
bulaştırma/hastalık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to bring into contact with a substance that can cause illness (a pathogen)
to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion

Her passion for dancing has infected me.

When people, places, or things are infected by a feeling or influence, it spreads to them. For an instant I was infected by her fear He thought they might infect others with their bourgeois ideas His urge for revenge would never infect her
contaminate with ideas or an ideology; "society was infected by racism"
To affect with infectious disease; to communicate infection to; as, infected with the plague
Cf
to make somebody enthusiastic about ones own passion
communicate a disease to; "Your children have infected you with this head cold"
Infected
{f} affect with a disease or disease causing germs; corrupt, taint, contaminate; influence
To infect a substance or area means to cause it to contain harmful germs or bacteria. The birds infect the milk. a virus which is spread mainly by infected blood. = contaminate
bad qualities; to corrupt; to contaminate; to taint by the communication of anything noxious or pernicious
To infect people, animals, or plants means to cause them to have a disease or illness. A single mosquito can infect a large number of people. people infected with HIV. + infection in·fec·tion plants that are resistant to infection
To contaminate with illegality or to expose to penalty
contaminate with a disease or microorganism
To taint with morbid matter or any pestilential or noxious substance or effluvium by which disease is produced; as, to infect a lancet; to infect an apartment
Enfect
contaminate with a disease or microorganism communicate a disease to; "Your children have infected you with this head cold"
contaminate with a disease or microorganism communicate a disease to; "Your children have infected you with this head cold" affect in a contagious way; "His laughter infects everyone who is in the same room" contaminate with ideas or an ideology; "society was infected by racism
To communicate to or affect with, as qualities or emotions, esp
affect in a contagious way; "His laughter infects everyone who is in the same room"
contaminate with ideas or an ideology; "society was infected by racism
If a virus infects a computer, it affects the computer by damaging or destroying programs. This virus infected thousands of computers within days
infected
referring to something that has received an infection

The infected bodies were hastily piled up and burned.

infected
Simple past tense and past participle of infect

Slowly, the strange alien virus infected the whole town.

infection
The act or process of infecting
infector
Something that infects; that causes infection
ınfect
{v} to communicate bad qualities, taint, pollute
ınfect
{v} to disturb, harass, plague, annoy
To infect
smittle
infected
having undergone infection; "a purulent wound"
infected
An infected place is one where germs or bacteria are causing a disease to spread among people or animals. In heavily infected areas, half the population become blind
infected
{s} affected with a disease or disease causing germs; corrupted, tainted, contaminated; influenced
infected
past of infect
infected
having undergone infection; "a purulent wound
infected
contaminated with infecting organisms; "dirty wounds"; "obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen
infecting
present participle of infect
infection
mortification
infection
the communication of an attitude or emotional state among a number of people; "a contagion of mirth"; "the infection of his enthusiasm for poetry"
infection
an incident in which an infectious disease is transmitted
infection
An infection is a disease caused by germs or bacteria. Ear infections are common in pre-school children see also infect. Invasion of the body by various agents including bacteria, fungi (see fungus), protozoans, viruses, and worms and its reaction to them or their toxins. Infections are called subclinical until they perceptibly affect health, when they become infectious diseases. Infection can be local (e.g., an abscess), confined to one body system (e.g., pneumonia in the lungs), or generalized (e.g., septicemia). Infectious agents can enter the body by inhalation, ingestion, sexual transmission, passage to a fetus during pregnancy or birth, wound contamination, or animal or insect bites. The body responds with an attack on the invader by leukocytes, production of antibodies or antitoxins, and often a rise in temperature. The antibodies may result in short-term or lifelong immunity. Despite significant progress in preventing and treating infectious diseases, they remain a major cause of illness and death, particularly in regions of poor sanitation, poor nutrition, and crowding
infection
a condition in which the body is invaded by an infectious organism (e g , bacterium, virus, fungus) An active infection is one that leads to disease symptoms; a latent infection remains dormant within the body
infection
a state in which disease-causing microbes have invaded or multiplied in body tissues
infection
an incident in which an infectious disease is transmitted (medicine) the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms and their multiplication which can lead to tissue damage and disease (phonetics) the alteration of a speech sound under the influence of a neighboring sound the pathological state resulting from the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms
infection
  invasion and multiplication of microorganisms in body tissues
infection
That which infects, or causes the communicated disease; any effluvium, miasm, or pestilential matter by which an infectious disease is caused
infection
An uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host
infection
invasion or multiplication of micro-organisms in tissues
infection
The state or condition in which the body (or part of the body) is invaded by an infectious agent (e g , a bacterium, fungus or virus), which multiplies and produces an injurious effect (active infection) As related to HIV
infection
(international law) illegality that taints or contaminates a ship or cargo rendering it liable to seizure
infection
invasion by and multiplication of bacteria or microorganisms that can produce tissue injury
infection
—Disease-causing microorganisms that enter the body, multiply, and damage cells or release toxins (poisonous substances) Microorganisms are tiny, single-celled organisms (such as a bacterium, virus, or fungus)
infection
The state of being infected; contamination by morbific particles; the result of infecting influence; a prevailing disease; epidemic
infection
The introduction or entry of a pathogenic microorganism into a susceptible host resulting in the presence of the microorganism within the body of the host whether or not this causes detectable pathologic effects
infection
condition that occurs when a foreign substance, such as bacteria, enters your body, causing your immune system to fight the intruder All transplant recipients can get infections more easily because their immune systems are suppressed It is more difficult for them to recover from infection (such as urinary tract infections, colds and the flu)
infection
The formation of disease causing germs or micro-organisms
infection
the pathological state resulting from the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms
infection
The results of the presence of harmful microorganisms in the body Infections can be acute (sudden) or chronic (persistent)
infection
Anything that invades the body and reproduces Infections can be bacteria, protozoa, fungi, or viruses Bacteria and fungi are one celled creatures that cause many infections including strep throat, bladder infections, and some lung infections Fungi cause "athlete's foot" and thrush, an infection in the mouth Protozoa are small organisms with many cells that can cause infections in the guts or in the lungs Most healthy people do not get protozoal infections, but people with suppressed immune systems can Viruses are not really organisms; they are tiny particles that can live only inside another cell They reproduce by taking over a cell and causing that cell to make more virus particles, rather than doing what the cell is supposed to do Viruses cause most colds and flu cases
infection
(medicine) the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms and their multiplication which can lead to tissue damage and disease
infection
Invasion of the body by living microorganisms May or may not result in illness Infection of shunts is a serious problem, however
infection
The entry and development or multiplication of an infectious agent in the body of man or animals Infection is not synonymous with infectious disease; the result may be unapparent or manifest The presence of living infectious agents on exterior surfaces of the body is called "infestation " The presence of living infectious agents upon articles of apparel or soiled articles is called contamination See also cross-infection; transmission of infection
infection
That which taints or corrupts morally; as, the infection of vicious principles
infection
Invasion of body tissues by disease-causing organisms such as viruses, bacteria etc Cancer of the blood producing tissues, especially in the bone marrow and lymph nodes
infection
Introduction of presence of pathogenic organisms in potable water supper This is determined in two ways
infection
The presence of bacteria or other microorganisms in sufficient quantity to damage tissue or impair healing Clinical experience has indicated that wounds can be classified as infected when the wound tissue contains 105or greater microorganisms per gram of tissue Clinical signs of infection may not be present, especially in the immunocompromised patient or the patient with a chronic wound
infection
the invasion and multiplication of disease-producing organisms in the body
infection
invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms, and the reaction of tissues
infection
moral corruption or contamination; "ambitious men are led astray by an infection that is almost unavoidable"
infection
The invasion of the body tissues by microorganisms resulting in disease (18)
infection
Sympathetic communication of like qualities or emotions; influence
infection
(international law) illegality that taints or contaminates a ship or cargo rendering it liable to seizure moral corruption or contamination; "ambitious men are led astray by an infection that is almost unavoidable"
infection
is the invasion and multiplication of microorganisms in body tissues, which may be clinically unapparent or result in the development of a disease
infection
(phonetics) the alteration of a speech sound under the influence of a neighboring sound
infection
What happens when a disease-causing microorganism gets past the body¹s defenses and takes hold Infection is not synonymous with infectious disease When living infectious agents are present on exterior surfaces of the body, this is contamination
infection
n (IC) An invasion o an microorganism, thought or action that causes dysfunction or corruption to the organism Invasion of a microorganism that is capable of carrying a disease to a bodily part in which conditions are favorable for growth, production of toxins, and subsequent injury to tissue
infection
The entry and development of an infectious agent in the body of a person or animal An infection may be either apparent (called manifest)the infected person appears to be sick, or inapparentthere is no outward sign that an infectious agent has entered that person at all
infection
In brewing, an infection refers to significant levels of any microbes in the beer wort other than the desired yeast Potential infecting microbes include wild yeasts (and other fungi), as well as various bacteria Symptoms of an infection can vary widely depending on the specific infecting microbe(s), and can include (but are not limited to): mold growing in the fermenter, strange odors and/or flavors, overcarbonated bottles, rings of scum in the bottles, and clumps or strands of gelatinous material
infection
{i} state of being infected; contamination by germs or disease; something which contaminates or infects, disease
infection
Contamination by illegality, as in cases of contraband goods; implication
infector
{i} one who infects with a disease, one who spreads infection or disease
infects
third-person singular of infect
infect
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