Definition of dysbiosis in English:

dysbiosis

noun

mass nounMedicine
  • An imbalance between the types of organism present in a person's natural microflora, especially that of the gut, thought to contribute to a range of conditions of ill health.

    ‘in some conditions, such as Crohn's disease, a link with dysbiosis has been established’

Origin

1920s from dys- ‘bad, difficult’ + Greek biōsis ‘mode of life’ (from bios ‘life’).

Pronunciation

dysbiosis

/ˌdɪsbʌɪˈəʊsɪs/