destructive to or inhibiting the growth of microorganisms.
an antimicrobial agent, as a drug.
“Oil is antimicrobial and gets into the tissues of the mouth to inhibit bacterial growth,” says Caldecott.
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capable of destroying or inhibiting the growth of disease-causing microbes
antimicrobial an·ti·mi·cro·bi·al (ān’tē-mī-krō’bē-əl, ān’tī-) or an·ti·mi·cro·bic (-bĭk)
Tending to destroy microbes, prevent their development, or inhibit their pathogenic action.
opposing military power, especially its increase or development or the influence of military leaders. a person who opposes military power, especially its increase or development: Antimilitants demonstrated against nuclear weaponry.
a strong spirit or policy. the principle or policy of maintaining a large establishment. the tendency to regard efficiency as the supreme ideal of the state and to subordinate all other interests to those of the . Contemporary Examples Within Israel, militarism trumps peace advocacy because it seems a cost-free option. Why Academic Boycotts? Jake […]
a person imbued with . a person skilled in the conduct of war and affairs. Historical Examples It has been steadily assumed for years that the militarist party is the gentlemanly party. New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 Various Already we are becoming a militarist and a protective State, but we do […]
a person bearing an X and Y chromosome pair in the cell nuclei and normally having a penis, scrotum, and testicles, and developing hair on the face at adolescence; a boy or man. an organism of the sex or sexual phase that normally produces a sperm cell or male gamete. Botany. a staminate plant. of, […]