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gan·grene

 (găng′grēn′, găng-grēn′)
n.
Death and decay of body tissue, often in a limb or digit, caused by insufficient blood supply to the affected area as a result of injury, infection, or disease, and commonly classified as wet (when bacterial infection is involved) or dry (when infection is not a significant factor).
tr. & intr.v. gan·grened, gan·gren·ing, gan·grenes
To affect or become affected with gangrene.

[Medieval Latin cancrēna, from Latin gangraena, gangrēna, from Greek gangraina.]

gan′gre·nous (găng′grə-nəs) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gangrenous - suffering from tissue death
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"
Translations
مُغَنْغَر، مُصاب بالغَنْغَرينَه
snětivý
der er gået koldbrand i
üszkös
sem drep er í
sneťový
kangrenli

gangrenous

[ˈgæŋgrɪnəs] ADJgangrenoso

gangrenous

[ˈgæŋgrɪnəs] adjgangreneux/eusegangsta rap gangster rap [ˌgæŋstəˈræp] ngangsta(-)rap m

gangrenous

adjbrandig, gangränös (spec)

gangrenous

[ˈgæŋgrɪnəs] adjin cancrena

gangrene

(ˈgӕŋgriːn) noun
the decay of a part of the body of a living person, animal etc, because the blood supply to that part of the body has stopped.
ˈgangrenous (-grə-) adjective

gan·gre·nous

a. gangrenoso, rel. a la gangrena.