bacterial

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bac·te·ri·al

 (băk-tîr′ē-əl)
adj.
Relating to or caused by bacteria: a bacterial enzyme.

bac·te′ri·al n.
bac·te′ri·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bacterial - relating to or caused by bacteriabacterial - relating to or caused by bacteria; "bacterial infection"
Translations

bacterial

[bækˈtɪərɪəl] ADJbacteriano, bacterial

bacterial

[bækˈtɪəriəl] adj [infection, contamination] → bactérien(ne)

bacterial

adjbakteriell

bacterial

[bækˈtɪərɪəl] adjbatterico/a

bac·te·ri·al

a. bacteriano-a;
___ infectionsinfecciones ___-s;
___ endocarditisendocarditis ___;
___ sensitivity testspruebas de sensibilidad ___.

bacterial

adj bacteriano
References in periodicals archive ?
Simpson Millar lawyer Steve Lomax said: "We strongly suspect it's bacterial food poisoning and it's certainly got form at this particular hotel.
Campylobacter is the most common cause of bacterial food poisoning in Britain - there were estimated to have been more than 600,000 cases in 2010 in England and Wales.
However, none of these cases had a fever or diarrhoea, which are classic symptoms of bacterial food poisoning or infections," he said.
However, none of these cases had diarrhea, a classic symptom of bacterial food poisoning or fever, another indicator of bacterial infection.
New figures show that more than 90% of outbreaks of Campylobacter - the most common form of bacterial food poisoning - at catering venues in 2011 were linked to people eating the pate.
Food preservation systems often use chemicals and heat treatments to reduce the risk of bacterial food poisoning outbreaks and food spoilage," explained Navam Hettiarachchy, a UA food science professor who led the research project.
True, most people who come down with bacterial food poisoning just experience some unpleasant cramps and diarrhea and recover without the need for antibiotic treatment.
In a July 28 announcement on the drug, FDA Commissioner Lester Crawford noted that Campylobacter is the leading bacterial food poisoning agent in the United States, making some 1.