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germicide

ger·mi·cide / ˈjərməˌsīd/ • n. a substance or other agent that destroys harmful microorganisms; an antiseptic. DERIVATIVES: ger·mi·cid·al / ˌjərməˈsīdl/ adj.

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germicide

germicide (jerm-i-syd) n. an agent that destroys microorganisms, particularly those causing disease. See antibiotic, antifungal, antiseptic, disinfectant.

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germicide

germicide (jûr´mĬsīd), chemical substance capable of killing many different types of microorganisms; also called disinfectant.

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germicide

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