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san·i·tar·y

 (săn′ĭ-tĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or relating to health or the protection of health.
2. Free from elements, such as filth or pathogens, that endanger health; hygienic: sanitary conditions for the preparation of food.

[French sanitaire, from Latin sānitās, health; see sanity.]

san′i·tar′i·ly (-târ′ə-lē) adv.

sanitary

(ˈsænɪtərɪ; -trɪ)
adj
1. (Medicine) of or relating to health and measures for the protection of health
2. (Medicine) conducive to or promoting health; free from dirt, germs, etc; hygienic
[C19: from French sanitaire, from Latin sānitās health]
ˈsanitarily adv
ˈsanitariness n

san•i•tar•y

(ˈsæn ɪˌtɛr i)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to health or the conditions affecting health, esp. with reference to cleanliness, precautions against disease, etc.
2. favorable to health; free from dirt, bacteria, etc.
3. providing healthy cleanliness.
[1835–45; < Latin sānit(ās) health]
san′i•tar`i•ly, adv.
san′i•tar`i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sanitary - free from filth and pathogens; "sanitary conditions for preparing food"; "a sanitary washroom"
insanitary, unhealthful, unsanitary - not sanitary or healthful; "unsanitary open sewers"; "grim and unsanitary conditions"

sanitary

adjective hygienic, clean, healthy, wholesome, salubrious, unpolluted, germ-free It's not the most sanitary place one could swim.
Translations
صِحّي، خالٍ من الجَراثيمصِحّي، متعَلِّق بالصِّحَّه
hygienickýzdravotní
hygiejnisksanitære
egészségügyi
heilbrigîis-, hreinlætis-heilsusamlegur
sanitarijos įrenginiaisanitarinis
higiēniskssanitārs
zdravotný
mikropsuzsağlıkla ilgilitemiz

sanitary

[ˈsænɪtərɪ] ADJ (= clean) → higiénico; (= for health protection) → de sanidad
sanitary towel (Brit) sanitary napkin (US) → compresa f, paño m higiénico
sanitary engineeringeniero/a m/f sanitario/a
sanitary inspectorinspector(a) m/f de sanidad

sanitary

[ˈsænɪtəri] adj
[system, arrangements] → sanitaire
(= clean) → hygiéniquesanitary inspector ninspecteur/trice m/f de la santé publiquesanitary napkin n (US) = sanitary towelsanitary protection n (= tampons, sanitary towels) → protections fpl périodiquessanitary towel (British) sanitary napkin (US) nserviette f hygiénique

sanitary

adjhygienisch; arrangements, services, installationssanitär attr; recommendationsin Bezug auf die Hygiene; questionsder Hygiene; sanitary regulationsGesundheits- or Hygienebestimmungen pl

sanitary

:
sanitary belt
nBindengürtel m
sanitary engineer
n (= expert)Sanitärtechniker(in) m(f); (euph: = dustman) → Entsorgungsfachmann m/-frau f
sanitary engineering
nSanitärtechnik f
sanitary inspector
nGesundheitsaufseher(in) m(f)
sanitary napkin
n (US) → Damenbinde f
sanitary pad
nDamenbinde f
sanitary protection
n (= sanitary towels or tampons)Binden und Tampons pl
sanitary towel
nDamenbinde f

sanitary

[ˈsænɪtrɪ] adj (clean) → igienico/a; (system, arrangements, fittings) → sanitario/a

sanitary

(ˈsӕnitəri) adjective
1. of or concerning conditions or arrangements that encourage good health.
2. free from dirt and germs. The conditions in that camp are not sanitary.
ˌsaniˈtation noun
the arrangements for protecting health, especially drainage.

san·i·tar·y

a. higiénico-a;
___ napkinservilleta ___ absorbente, toalla ___.

sanitary

adj (clean, hygienic) higiénico; (pertaining to sanitation) sanitario; — pad o napkin toalla sanitaria or femenina
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