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poi·son·ous

 (poi′zə-nəs)
adj.
1.
a. Containing or being a poison: poisonous fumes.
b. Capable of harming or killing by poison: poisonous tentacles.
2.
a. Full of ill will; malicious or spiteful: a poisonous look.
b. Harmful or destructive: a poisonous precedent.

poi′son·ous·ly adv.
poi′son·ous·ness n.

poisonous

(ˈpɔɪzənəs)
adj
1. (Medicine) having the effects or qualities of a poison
2. (Medicine) capable of killing or inflicting injury; venomous
3. corruptive or malicious
ˈpoisonously adv
ˈpoisonousness n

poi•son•ous

(ˈpɔɪ zə nəs)

adj.
1. full of or containing poison.
2. deeply malicious; malevolent.
[1565–75]
poi′son•ous•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.poisonous - having the qualities or effects of a poisonpoisonous - having the qualities or effects of a poison
toxic - of or relating to or caused by a toxin or poison; "suffering from exposure to toxic substances"
2.poisonous - not safe to eat
inedible, uneatable - not suitable for food
3.poisonous - marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful; "poisonous hate"; "venomous criticism"; "vicious gossip"
malicious - having the nature of or resulting from malice; "malicious gossip"; "took malicious pleasure in...watching me wince"- Rudyard Kipling

poisonous

adjective
1. toxic, fatal, deadly, lethal, mortal, virulent, noxious, venomous, baneful (archaic), mephitic All parts of the yew tree are poisonous.
2. evil, vicious, malicious, corrupting, pernicious, baleful, baneful (archaic), pestiferous poisonous attacks on the Church

poisonous

adjective
1. Capable of injuring or killing by poison:
2. Characterized by intense ill will or spite:
Slang: bitchy.
Translations
سامسامّسمي
jedovatý
giftig
myrkyllinen
otrovan
mérgesmérgező
eitraîur
有毒な
유해한
strupen
giftig
ซึ่งเป็นพิษ
độc

poisonous

[ˈpɔɪznəs] ADJ
1. [snake etc] → venenoso; [substance, plant, fumes etc] → tóxico
2. (fig) (= damaging) → pernicioso; (= very bad) → horrible, malísimo
this poisonous propagandaesta propaganda perniciosa
the play was poisonousla obra fue horrible
he's a poisonous individuales una persona odiosa

poisonous

[ˈpɔɪzənəs] adj
[snake, spider] → venimeux/euse
[plant, berry] → vénéneux/euse
[substance] → vénéneux/euse
[fumes] → toxique
(fig) (= unpleasant) [comment, suspicion] → pernicieux/eusepoison-pen letter nlettre f anonyme

poisonous

adj
giftig; poisonous mushroomGiftpilz m; poisonous snakeGiftschlange f; whisky on top of beer, that’s absolutely poisonous (inf)Whisky auf Bier, das ist tödlich (inf)
(fig) literature, doctrinezersetzend; remark etcgiftig; poisonous propagandaHetzpropaganda f; she has a poisonous tonguesie hat eine giftige Zunge; he’s a poisonous individualer ist ein richtiger Giftzwerg; a long-standing and poisonous disputeein lang währender und zerrüttender Streit
poisonous stuff (inf: usu hum)Teufelszeug nt

poisonous

[ˈpɔɪznəs] adj
a. (snake, plant) → velenoso/a; (fumes) → venefico/a, tossico/a
b. (fig) (tongue) → velenoso/a; (propaganda) → venefico/a; (ideas, literature) → pernicioso/a; (rumours, individual) → perfido/a (fam) (coffee) → schifoso/a

poison

(ˈpoizn) noun
any substance which causes death or illness when taken into the body. She killed herself by taking poison; (also adjective) poison gas.
verb
1. to kill or harm with poison. He poisoned his wife.
2. to put poison into (food etc). He poisoned her coffee.
ˈpoisoner noun
ˈpoisonous adjective
containing or using poison. That fruit is poisonous; a poisonous snake.
ˈpoisonously adverb
poison-pen letter
an anonymous letter saying wicked things about a person etc.

poisonous

سامّ jedovatý giftig giftig δηλητηριώδης venenoso myrkyllinen venimeux otrovan velenoso 有毒な 유해한 giftig giftig toksyczny venenoso ядовитый giftig ซึ่งเป็นพิษ zehirli độc 有毒的

poi·son·ous

a. venenoso-a; tóxico-a.

poisonous

adj venenoso
References in classic literature ?
A Jungle-dweller gets to learn by experience as much as many doctors know of poisonous plants and berries.
I am talking of the poisonous plants which flourish in the world of conspirators, like evil mushrooms in a dark cellar.
Is it possible that you have ventured among those poisonous plants again?
Q Our new German Shepherd puppy may have eaten poisonous plants.
A chapter also shows how to recognize and avoid poisonous plants.
From edible wild plants, to natural remedies for common ailments, to poisonous plants that should be meticulously avoided, Some Useful Wild Plants is reader-friendly, practical-minded, and highly recommended.
The current study recorded 62 poisonous plants belonging to 60 genera and 36 families.
hemlock is one of the most poisonous plants - it can cause stomach pains, vomiting and progressive paralysis of the central nervous system, resulting in death.
3] In the United States, 100,000 exposures to poisonous plants were reported per year.
A longer list of poisonous plants, as well as a list of greens which can be safely fed, can be found on the PDSA website.
JEDDDAH: Qassim residents are on alert after the municipality decorated the streets and the squares in the region with poisonous plants which the municipality had previously banned.
The Minister of Animal Resources, pointed to the existence of obstacles facing pasture in the states of the White Nile, North and West Kordofan resulted from the lack of rain this year and caused congestion in grasslands and overgrazing, referring to the death of many animals due to the spread of poisonous plants in these areas.