American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A biological agent, such as an infectious microorganism, or a condition that constitutes a threat to humans, especially in biological research or experimentation.
- n. The potential danger, risk, or harm from exposure to such an agent or condition.
- n. A biological hazard; a source of risk due to some biological factor such as bacteria or human waste.
- n. hazard to humans or the environment resulting from biological agents or conditions
- n. any bacterium or virus or toxin that could be used in biological warfare
- bio- + hazard (Wiktionary)
“Although I suppose somebody receiving this is going to end up freaking out and calling the biohazard people.”
“He tells TMZ. com, "I confirmed that urine was not classified as a biohazard waste and not subject to the risks of legal ramifications of blood, semen, or faeces.”
“TMZ that prior to the show he had "confirmed that urine was not classified as a biohazard waste and not subject to the risks of legal ramifications of blood, semen, or feces.”
“I confirmed that urine was not classified as a biohazard waste and not subject to the risks of legal ramifications of blood, semen or faeces," he said.”
“He gave me 2 versions, an obviously incendiary hot green version and a less hot red version (he says it is less of a "biohazard"), which added tomatoes.”
“There was a bucket marked 'biohazard' next to the sink.”
“And obviously, then, remove the danger of a person going up, picking up a package, risking being harmed if it is a bomb or something else, you know, some kind of biohazard -- you know, all sorts of possibilities there.”
“Video | Albuequerque says body donation office a 'biohazard”
“The sheriff's office said that the deputy went through a "biohazard" decontamination process after the incident and that Ms Tramel was subsequently booked on an additional charge of third degree assault on a police officer, a felony.”
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