Definition of 'diseased'

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Her work today focuses on coaxing stem cells to replace diseased lung tissue. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Established apples and pears can have dead and diseased wood cut out. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Cut out anything dead or diseased. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The production design places us squarely within the twisted, darkest corners of a diseased mind. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Remove dead, diseased or rubbing branches first. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Look for dead, diseased or dying wood. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The aim is first to remove anything dead or diseased, making clean cuts close to the main stem. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Remove really old stems and any dead, dying, diseased or damaged wood. The Sun (2011)Always cut to a strong bud, removing any dead, diseased or damaged wood first. The Sun (2006)Remove weak, dead and diseased wood, as well as branches that cross over each other. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Always cut out dead, diseased or rubbing stems first and see what you're left with. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What is cut away is not diseased, but the healthy growth that bore last year's harvest. Christianity Today (2000)Then cut out any old, unproductive branches and damaged, diseased or crossing stems to let air through. The Sun (2010)

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Translations for 'diseased'

British English: diseased ADJECTIVE
Something that is diseased is affected by a disease.
The arteries are diseased and a transplant is the only hope.
  • American English: diseased
  • Brazilian Portuguese: doente
  • Chinese: 患病的
  • European Spanish: enfermo
  • French: malade
  • German: krank
  • Italian: malato
  • Japanese: 病気にかかった
  • Korean: 병에 걸린
  • European Portuguese: doente
  • Spanish: enfermo

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