Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of disinfect.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I glanced up and saw that a woman with a disability was approaching my office ready to clean the handle on my door with a rag soaked in disinfecting cleaner.

    Recognition

  • And IMHO, there is no purpose in disinfecting anything that is going to be cooked for any length of time.

    Mexican Food Highlights of 2005

  • The main disinfecting capabilities stem from the chlorine (Cl) component, which acts as an oxidizer.

    Mexican Cookbooks

  • I discovered that my little oven is, in fact, not an oven but some kind of disinfecting machine.

    Vacation

  • I discovered that my little oven is, in fact, not an oven but some kind of disinfecting machine.

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  • In order to have cleaner air in our house, we invest in a lot of things such as disinfecting aerosol sprays and expensive air purifiers.

    EzineArticles

  • This included good on-farm hygiene, such as disinfecting animal pens daily and keeping public areas clean, said Ms May.

    FWi - All News

  • Simple measures, such as disinfecting tourists 'boots when they cross infected areas, and providing them with uninfected sources of water so they don't spread fungal spores between lakes may be effective ways of tackling this problem.

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  • The next step is to investigate the cause of any bad samples and perform corrective action, such as disinfecting and flushing the system.

    Kansas City infoZine Headlines

  • As you can read below, the evaluation process may take a while here as they want ensure that all bases are covered, such as disinfecting the devices if needed too which goes a little outside and beyond just normal personal and office use.

    The Medical Quack

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