Translation of diseased in Spanish:


afectado, adj.

Pronunciation /dəˈzizd/ /dɪˈziːzd/

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  • 1

    (organ/limb/tissue) afectado
    (plant/animal) enfermo
    • The only thing I can figure is that they want the diseased bison to infect cattle and thereby harm the beef industry.
    • The company has also reduced the height of the development and has introduced a tree planting scheme to replace the diseased trees already felled.
    • A City Council report says the trees were diseased meaning they had to be axed before they toppled over.
    • A spokesman for the school confirmed that examination had revealed the trees to be diseased.
    • Owners of diseased trees had a responsibility to destroy them as soon as possible.
    • Eventually she gets a job as a beef trimmer, generally a man's job, trimming the meat of diseased cattle.
    • Because there is no cure, the only solution is to cut down both diseased and healthy trees when the insect is found in an area.
    • The standard treatment is draconic: The diseased trees are simply cut down and burned.
    • When the heart suffers damage or becomes diseased, it struggles to heal and resume normal functioning.
    • But now there are fears the grouse could become weak and diseased unless their numbers are reduced
    • Carefully cut out as many of the stems as necessary, taking out diseased or weak growth first and untangle the rest if possible.
    • This would not affect the use of such a weapon in order to prevent the suffering of an injured or diseased deer.
    • Humans are only rarely infected by handling a diseased animal and infection is only temporary and mild.
    • Men working in the wood said they were felling the trees for firewood because they were diseased and dangerous.
    • Not every animal exposed to a disease agent becomes infected or diseased.
    • As the organ transplant industry has grown, the possibility of infection from diseased tissue has become a concern.
    • One approach is to remove genetic material from a diseased organism, thus making the material weaker.
    • Even if predators don't kill the diseased animal, hunger surely will.
    • The co-operation is conditional on seven specific measures including the culling of diseased populations of badgers.
  • 2

    (mind) enfermizo
    (mind) morboso
    (society) enfermo
    • She refers to the place as a diseased blight whose continuing existence diminishes the country.
    • What the townspeople really suffer from are diseased consciences brought on by severe greed.
    • Are they the product of a diseased mind, a sick imagination, a temporary lapse of sanity?
    • The only cure for a diseased culture is a healthy culture and the only source of a healthy culture is a healthy spirituality.
    • Putting issues in the cupboard only allow them to fester into diseased debates over injustice or elite arrogance.