Translation of antibacterial in Spanish:

antibacterial

antibacteriano, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌæn(t)ibækˈtɪriəl//ˌænˌtaɪbækˈtɪriəl//ˌantɪbakˈtɪərɪəl/

adjective

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    antibacteriano
    • They also have antifungal, antiviral and antibacterial properties against pathogens.
    • You may be prescribed antibacterial, antifungal or antiviral drugs on an ongoing basis to guard against infection.
    • Echinacea has also been used externally on wounds and is reported to have antibacterial and antifungal properties.
    • Also, taking antibacterial antibiotics when you have a viral infection may be harmful.
    • The assault on bacteria in the household has fuelled great interest in antibacterial products.
    • The herb also contains antibacterial compounds that may kill the bacteria responsible for the infection.
    • Bacteria that causes eye infections is sensitive to the antibacterial action of honey.
    • If only I could focus on the story instead of where I put my antibacterial hand gel…
    • Antibacterial prescribing and antibacterial resistance in English general practice: cross sectional study
    • Manufacturers use our national fear of germs to sell antibacterial soap.
    • For added protection, a swipe with an antibacterial wipe knocks out plenty more germs, so pack a few in your carry-on.
    • Do antibacterial soaps get rid of germs better than plain old soap and hot water?
    • They typically come in a bar, gel or liquid form, and are less drying than are deodorant and antibacterial detergents or soaps.
    • After drying the skin, treat the burn with an antibacterial agent.
    • Garlic's compounds also have antibacterial and antifungal properties.
    • It's antibacterial, so you're killing the bacteria that causes the disease.
    • The worldwide emergence of bacterial resistance to antibacterial agents has produced a need for new methods of combating bacterial infections.
    • The antibacterial soap kills most germs, while regular soap washes bacteria from the skin or transfers it to a towel.
    • Recent reports have lent support to the potential use of previous generation antibacterial drugs to treat infections caused by new resistant bacteria.
    • In this day of antibacterial everything, it's hard to imagine bacteria being beneficial.

noun

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    antibacteriano masculine