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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of infect.
- adj. referring to something that has received an infection
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- adj. containing or resulting from disease-causing organisms
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Apparently, his time around McCain infected him with ‘flip-flopitis’.
I thought the only way to get infected is through mosquito bites.
Valley Fever is a mild, flu-like ailment caused by breathing in infected dust.
The virus is most concentrated in infected blood, serum, and wound exudates.
The tragic case serves as a reminder that — as noted in our free Best Buy Drugs report — 4 million people in the U.S. are infected with hepatitis C, but the only way to know for sure if you're infected is a blood test.
Whereas people who test positive for HIV remain infected for life, people who recover from Ebola are no longer contagious and are also protected from the disease in the future.
The main way a PC gets infected is when a viral flash drive gets inserted into its USB port.
Based on how they set it up, it's safe to assume that the principle and the deputy were both infected from the coffee they drank at the baseball game, otherwise why show the shot of the sheriff dropping his coffee.
My thought is, for reference, use the infected from the various incarnations of the ‘I am Legend’ movies.
The only time people get infected is when the wind kicks up in their direction, or there are clouds in the scene, or the sky is overcast (look closely); plus, the movie begins and ends with scenes of clouds rolling, which would otherwise have no significance if the story was simply about plants.
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