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- adj. able to be transmitted
- adj. transmissible
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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- adj. (of disease) capable of being transmitted by infection
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Their mission is to reduce transmittable diseases, and they provide information on how to avoid transmission.
Moreover, the great majority of all protozoa, filariae, bacteria, and viruses are not dangerous for human consumption, because they are not transmittable to humans, i.e., they are simply excreted when consumed.16 Their greatest drawback is that they do reduce the quality of the meat.
Ultimately, only the trichinae are life-threatening parasites, because they are transmittable to humans and there is no way whatsoever to detect their presence without a microscope.
If you start with an impoverished developing country and add a deadly disease that is easily transmittable from insect to human with medical aid miles away, you are destined to see a struggle not likely found in other countries.
Fact: Dandruff may be a response to fungus, but it doesn't appear to be transmittable between people.
Then, improved communications made information about these sins more easily transmittable.
What we don't know is if any HPV in it was potentially transmittable.
Ideally, the government immigration services would just interdict criminals, suspected terrorists, and those with deadly transmittable diseases.
So, an indigent person with a transmittable disease, should just … what?
The 2007-2011 great recessions were contagious and China's strong globalization orientation was expected to push the Chinese economy into the transmittable and turbulent global meltdown, but ironically China escaped.