Definition of 'antiseptic'
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Local treatment with antiseptic solution is necessary. The Dictionary of Modern Herbalism (1985)There was a strong smell of antiseptic. Seminary Boy (2006)Clean the area around the bite with antiseptic disinfectant. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His parents put antiseptic cream on her. The Sun (2010)An antiseptic spray or cream is also advisable. The Sun (2013)He recommends antiseptic wipes on each desk and phones sterilised each night. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And his antiseptic wipes are always at the ready. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It can also be used as an acne treatment and an antiseptic for cuts and bruises. The Sun (2011)Apply a little antiseptic cream and let your feet air as much as possible to allow the skin to harden and heal more quickly. The Sun (2012)Those with sensitive skin may find the initial injections painful, so speak to your clinician about using antiseptic cream beforehand. The Sun (2013)Sales of the antiseptic ointment have increased 150% since its turn on Towie. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And I'd suggest you try some antiseptic cream from the chemist. The Sun (2009)I was allowed home straight away but told I had to use antiseptic cream on my new hair for a week. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'antiseptic'
British English: antiseptic /ˌæntɪˈsɛptɪk/ NOUN
Antiseptic kills harmful bacteria.
She washed the cut with antiseptic.
- American English: antiseptic
- Arabic: مُطَهِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: anti-séptico
- Chinese: 防腐剂
- Croatian: antiseptik
- Czech: antiseptikum
- Danish: antiseptisk middel
- Dutch: ontsmettingsmiddel
- European Spanish: antiséptico
- Finnish: antiseptinen aine
- French: antiseptique
- German: Antiseptikum
- Greek: αντισηπτικό
- Italian: antisettico
- Japanese: 殺菌剤
- Korean: 소독제
- Norwegian: desinfeksjonsmiddel
- Polish: środek antyseptyczny
- European Portuguese: antissético
- Romanian: antiseptic
- Russian: антисептик
- Spanish: antiséptico
- Swedish: antiseptiskt medel
- Thai: ยาฆ่าเชื้อโรค
- Turkish: antiseptik
- Ukrainian: антисептик
- Vietnamese: chất khử trùng
Definition of antiseptic from the Collins English Dictionary
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