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infect

verb adulterate, befoul, besmirch, blight, canker, cause illness, contaminare, contaminate, corrupt, debase, defile, dirty, empoison, envenom, foul, harm, make ill, make impure, pervert, poison, pollute, render unclean, smirch, soil, spoil, stain, sully, taint, tarnish, transmit disease, vitiate, vitiis inficere
See also: adulterate, contaminate, foment, harm, motivate, pervert, pollute, taint

infect

in international law, to taint with crime or illegality; to expose to penalty or subject to forfeiture.
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The concept of overall inhalation fraction to characterize a room with a single iF value taking into consideration the impact of different air streamlines, distances, and direction between infector and susceptible occupants is very similar to the concept of a single air exchange value to characterize a whole room.
The packet capturing means capture all packets between infector and victim when the port was opened at the victim side during sending request by the infector computer.
By means of infector row technique, these four germplasm were screened for resistance to rust and LLS under field conditions for 2 rainy seasons (June-July to October-November) at ICRISAT.
Boot infectors are incorporated into the boot sectors of diskettes and hard disks.
burgorferi, the causative Lyme infector, can be a commensal organism.
Locations of Middle East respiratory syndrome case-patients in hospitals A and B, Daejeon, South Korea, 2015, showing where case-patients were exposed to presumed infectors.
The person on the right is assumed to be an infector who emits pathogen-laden droplets, and the one on the left is treated as a receptor who is also called the co-occupant.
7 days elapse between when an infector feels sick and the newly infected feels sick, too.
A file infector, an unusual virus that is written in MinGW and makes use of encrypting technologies.
The generation interval is the time elapsed from the moment an infector acquires a pathogen until he/she infects another host.
An infector is removed with probability Pr(IR) (I - 1 ; R + 1 ; S and E remain the same).