- extreme hostility; "the virulence of the malicious old man" (同)virulency
- extreme harmfulness (as the capacity of a microorganism to cause disease); "the virulence of the plague" (同)virulency
- infectious; having the ability to cause disease
- of or relating to or caused by a toxin or poison; "suffering from exposure to toxic substances"
- the degree to which something is poisonous
- 有毒,毒性 / 憎悪,敵意
- 有毒な,毒性の / 憎悪に満ちた,敵意に満ちた
- 毒性の,有毒な / 毒による
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- virulence 【名】 〔細菌の〕病原性、菌力 生体の防御機能を破る能力で、感染力... - アルクがお届けする進化するオンライン英和・和英辞書データベース。一般的な単語や連語から、イディオム、専門用語、スラングまで幅広く収録。
- virulence [vir´u-lens] the degree of pathogenicity of a microorganism as indicated by case fatality rates and/or its ability to invade the tissues of the host; the competence of any infectious agent to produce pathologic effects. adj., adj vir ...
- Definition of VIRULENCE: the quality or state of being virulent: as a: extreme bitterness or malignity of temper : rancor b: malignancy, venomousness <the virulence of a disease> c: the relative capacity of a pathogen to overcome ...
- Fukuda says this particular strain of swine flu could become more or less virulent over time.
- agent、etiologic agent、pathogen、pathogenesis、pathogenetic、pathogenicity、virulence、virulent