sublethal


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sub·le·thal

 (sŭb-lē′thəl)
adj.
Less than lethal: sublethal dosages.

sub·le′thal·ly adv.

sublethal

(sʌbˈliːθəl)
adj
not strong enough to kill

sub•le•thal

(sʌbˈli θəl)

adj.
almost lethal or fatal: a sublethal dose of poison.
[1890–95]
sub•le′thal•ly, adv.
Translations

sublethal

adj subletal
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