HIV-negative

Translations

HIV-negative

[ˌeɪtʃaɪˌviːˈnɛgətɪv] adjsieronegativo/a

HIV-negative

إصَابَةٌ بِالإِيدزِ- سَلبِيَّةٌ HIV negativní HIV-negativ HIV-negativ μη οροθετικός VIH negativo HIV-negatiivinen séronégatif HIV negativan sieronegativo HIV陰性の HIV 음성의 hiv-negatief HIV-negativ HIV-negatywny HIV negativo, seronegativo с отрицательным анализом на ВИЧ HIV-negativ ไม่มีเชื้อไวรัสที่ทำให้เกิดโรคเอดส์ HIV’li olmayan HIV-âm tính HIV阴性的
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