Translation of faeces in Spanish:

faeces

Pronunciation /ˈfiːsiːz//ˈfisiz/

plural noun

British
formal

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    feces
    • Adenovirus is spread by contact with infected feces, urine or respiratory droplets.
    • Human infection follows accidental ingestion of ova passed in dog faeces.
    • Cysts are passed in a host's feces, remaining viable in a moist environment for months.
    • Dust mite allergens are proteins that come from the digestive tracts of mites and are found in mite feces.
    • You also can get this infection from soil where there is cat feces, so wear gloves when you are gardening.
    • Take care to avoid contact with the feces of family pets - especially reptiles.
    • It is important to change the baby's nappy regularly, to minimise the chance of urine and faeces irritating the skin.
    • Collect and label urine and faeces of patients who have possible internal radioactive contamination.
    • Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection transmitted by food or water from urine or faeces from infected people.
    • Rat urine and feces are infectious and contaminate the surroundings, including human food.
    • Ascariasis occurs when worm eggs commonly found in soil and human feces are ingested.
    • People can become sick after eating food or water with animal feces in it.
    • The fungus is a common soil contaminant being excreted in feces of several birds particularly pigeons.
    • Contact with cats, kittens, cats' faeces, or cats who hunt for food was not a risk factor for infection.
    • The inclusion of the phytase enzyme in the diet will reduce the amount of phosphorus excreted in the feces.
    • Urine, faeces and sweat have been described as the three main excretable products.
    • Typhoid bacteria are released in the urine and faeces of infected people.
    • Those are infectious stages of the parasite and it's also excreted into the environment with the faeces.
    • Furthermore, the attenuated virus is excreted in the faeces, leading to herd immunity.
    • Incontinence to urine and faeces commonly dates from pregnancy and childbirth.