Definition of 'bacteria'
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His eyes glowed bright purple with the light of luminescent bacteria colonies implanted in his irises. THE BROKEN GOD
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Translations for 'bacteria'
British English: bacteria /bækˈtɪərɪə/ NOUN
Bacteria are very small organisms which can cause disease.
Chlorine is added to the water to kill bacteria.
- American English: bacteria
- Arabic: بَكْتِيريا
- Brazilian Portuguese: bactéria
- Chinese: 细菌
- Croatian: bakterije
- Czech: bakterie
- Danish: bakterie
- Dutch: bacteriën
- European Spanish: bacterias
- Finnish: bakteerit
- French: bactérie
- German: Bakterien
- Greek: βακτήρια
- Italian: batteri
- Japanese: バクテリア
- Korean: 박테리아
- Norwegian: bakterier
- Polish: bakteria
- European Portuguese: bactéria
- Romanian: bacterii
- Russian: бактерия
- Spanish: bacteria
- Swedish: bakterie
- Thai: เชื้อแบคทีเรีย
- Turkish: bakteri
- Ukrainian: бактерія
- Vietnamese: vi khuẩn
Definition of bacteria from the Collins English Dictionary
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