- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of infect.
“The epidemic "infects" not only the people but also the national economies.”
“I might not be understanding what you were getting at, but the word 'infects' would be why.”
“Developed as a treatment for severe anemia, Repoxygen therapy "infects" patients with a virus carrying a gene that prompts cells to produce erythropoietin, or EPO, a protein that boosts red blood cell production and endurance.”
“Apparently, hooking up your PSP Resistance with the PS3 Resistance "infects" James Grayson, the lead character, with the Chimera virus.”
“She will remember, with sadness, how that optimism so quickly disappeared and left a legacy of political apathy that she thinks now "infects" her country's youth.”
“(As a side note: An effective rabies vaccine has been developed, using gene therapy, that puts the genetic code for a vaccine into an orally-available virus which then "infects" an animal that eats it.”
“infects" them with the virus of its own terminal decline.”
“a virus, and this malware "infects" applications when they are running to be able to carry out its operations.”
“Justice Scalia recognized that unconscious racism infects the capital sentencing process.”
“The real problem, which infects both major parties to some degree but which is much more seriously advanced, widespread and devastating among Republicans at present is the paradigm of elections as a game to be won or lost.”
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