pest

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Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Alçak, aşağı. Hafif, yavaş ses
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Sesi galiz, kalın ve korkunç olan
Pes (II)
Englisch - Englisch
An annoying person
Someone with poor social discipline who continually bothers disinterested women

Stop being such a pest and leave that girl alone!.

A plague, pestilence, epidemic
An annoying, harmful, often destructive creature
A fatal epidemic disease; a pestilence; specif
{n} a plague, mischief, bane, destruction, ruin
An organism that directly or indirectly interferes with human activities causing annoyance, economic damage, or health problems
An annoying, often destructive creature
Any organism that interferes with human health, convenience, comfort, or profit
a persistently annoying person
Any species that is considered obnoxious (usually with regard to its interference with human commercial and/or convenience interests)
An animal or plant that is directly or indirectly detrimental to human interests, causing harm or reducing the quality and value of a harvestable crop or other resource Weeds, termites, rats, and mildew are examples of pests
A person who is annoying
Political, Economic, Strategic, Technology ('PEST analysis' - see also ' SWOT analysis' ) Sometimes refered to as 'SLEPT' which means : Strategic, Legislation, Economic, Political, Technology
An insect, rodent, nematode, fungus, weed or other form of terrestrial or aquatic plant or animal life that is injurious to health or the environment
Any organism that is out of place or causes stress to a desired organism
Pests are insects or small animals which damage crops or food supplies. crops which are resistant to some of the major insect pests and diseases new and innovative methods of pest control
{i} something that harms plants; nuisance, someone or something annoying; nagger
disapproval You can describe someone, especially a child, as a pest if they keep bothering you. He climbed on the table, pulled my hair, and was generally a pest. = nuisance. A former town of north-central Hungary on the left bank of the Danube River. Since 1873 it has been part of Budapest. Any organism, usually an animal, judged as a threat to humans. Most pests either compete with humans for natural resources or transmit disease to humans, their crops, or their livestock. Invertebrate pests include some protozoans, flatworms, nematodes, mollusks, arachnids, and especially insects. Mammals and birds can also be pests. Human activities, such as monocultural farming practices, use of broad-spectrum pesticides, and introduction of exotic species, often result in the proliferation of pest species. Certain fungi, bacteria, and viruses are also considered pests. Plant pests are usually called weeds
Any objectionable animals or insects including, but not limited to, birds, rodents, flies, and larvae [From §110 3(j)]
any species, strain or biotype of plant, animal or pathogenic agent injurious to plants or other organisms and/or their products [JVG]
Any forest health agent designated as detrimental to effective resource management
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The term "pest" is broad, encompassing a broad spectrum of animals and insects that cause damage to the garden and its plants Every pest --from deer to nematodes-- causes its own set of problems and has its own set of potential controls Before deciding on poisons, though, for control, consider how much damage the pest is really doing A small amount of nibbling is generally acceptable and won't really affect overall harvest or plant health See also: insecticide
– A destructive insect or small animal
Any form of plant or animal life, or any pathogenic agent, injurious or potentially injurious to plants or plant products A Quarantine Pest is a pest of potential national economic importance to a country where the pest is not present, or where the pest is present but not widely distributed and is being actively controlled The quarantine pests referred to in the certifying statement on the FPC are those pests listed by foreign countries as being prohibited noxious organisms
Any deadly epidemic disease; pestilence; spec the bubonic plague: the common name of this in sc in the 16th-17th c Now rare (OED Vol XI, 622)
Anything causing damage or destruction
Anything which resembles a pest; one who, or that which, is troublesome, noxious, mischievous, or destructive; a nuisance
the plague
Any organism that reduces the availability, quality, or value of a useful resource
An organism capable of causing material damage Forest pests include insects and diseases
pest control
regulation or management of another species defined as a pest
pest analysis
PEST analysis stands for "Political, Economic, Social, and Technological analysis" and describes a framework of macroenvironmental factors used in environmental scanning. It is also referred to as the STEP, STEEP, PESTEL, PESTLE or LEPEST (or Political, Economic, Socio-cultural, Technological, Legal, Environmental). Recently it was even further extended to STEEPLE and STEEPLED, including ethics and demographics
pest house
A hospital for patients affected with plague or other infectious disease
pesty
annoying or troublesome; pesky; literally acting like a pest
fowl pest
an acute viral disease of domestic fowl; characterized by refusal to each and high temperature and discoloration of the comb
integrated pest management
Technique for agricultural disease-and pest-control in which as many pest-control methods as possible are used in an ecologically harmonious manner to keep infestation within manageable limits. Integrated pest management addresses the serious ecological problems created by the extensive use of powerful chemical pesticides. It minimizes their use and combines them with biological methods of pest control, including the breeding of pest-resistant crop varieties, the development of crop culture methods that inhibit pest proliferation, the release of predators or parasites of the pest species, and the placement of traps baited with the pest's own sex attractants (pheromones). Chemical insecticides generally are applied only as a last resort
pests
Pests are organisms which may adversely effect public health or attack food and other materials important to mankind
pests
All organisms that negatively impact agriculture operations and/or wildlife habitats, including plants, noxious weeds, insects, diseases, and rodents
pests
plural of pest
pests
Loosely, vermin that feed on plants, and often transmit disease Any insect or animal which is detrimental to the health and well being of plants or other animals
pests
Animals or plants that harm the native plants and animals in a habitat
pests
– living organisms, such as insects, weeds, fungi, rodents, and others, that cause damage, irritation or are otherwise troublesome or harmful
pesty
{s} annoying, bothersome
pesty
annoying or troublesome; pesky
tin pest
the transformation of ordinary white tin into powdery gray tin a very cold temperatures
Türkisch - Englisch
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soft
soft, low (in pitch and volume)
(speaking) softly
pest
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