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  • adj.
  • 伝染性の

  • 伝染性の、感染性の

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「easily diffused or spread as from one person to another; "a contagious grin"」

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「(病気が)接触伝染性の / 《補語にのみ用いて》(人が)伝染病の原因になる,伝染病を広げる / すぐ広がる,移りやすい」

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拡張検索contagiously」「contagious disease」「contagious ecthyma」「contagious pustular dermatitis virus



  • adj.
  • 感染性の、伝染性の

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「of or relating to infection; "infectious hospital"; "infectious disease"」

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「(病気が)伝染する,伝染性の / (影響などが)感化しやすい,うつりやすい」

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「caused by infection or capable of causing infection; "viruses and other infective agents"; "a carrier remains infective without himself showing signs of the disease"」

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「easily spread; "fear is exceedingly infectious; children catch it from their elders"- Bertrand Russell」



  • adj.
  • 伝達性の、伝染性の

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「readily communicated; "communicable ideas"」

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  • adj.
  • 感染性の

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「able to cause disease; "infective agents"; "pathogenic bacteria"」
morbific, pathogenic



  • adj.
  • 感染性の
communicability, communicable, contagious, epidemic, infectiosity, infectious, infectiousness, infective, infectivity, spreading, transferable, transmissibility






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「in a contagious manner; "she was contagiously bubbly"」

contagious disease」


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「any disease easily transmitted by contact」

contagious ecthyma」



contagious pustular dermatitisORF

contagious pustular dermatitis virus」


orf virus