Translation of anthrax in Spanish:


ántrax, n.

Pronunciation /ˈænˌθræks/ /ˈanθraks/


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    ántrax masculine
    carbunclo (maligno) masculine
    • An early suspicion that anthrax might have been the cause of the infection has been discounted.
    • In New York five people are confirmed to have been exposed to the bacterium, of whom two have developed anthrax.
    • Any doctor could learn as much about anthrax through reading a newspaper as they could through reading a medical text.
    • The new test can identify the presence of anthrax in less than one hour instead of days.
    • First of all, smallpox, anthrax, and the like are hard to spread effectively.