Definition of microbiologically in English:

microbiologically

adverb

See microbiology

‘Acids are important in wine not just because, in moderation, they make it taste refreshing, but also because they prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and can keep it microbiologically stable.’
  • ‘At the correct stage of development - at maximum bioavailability - the living biomass is aseptically air-dried, granulated, and tested microbiologically.’
  • ‘The resolution of nosocomial pneumonia can be defined clinically or microbiologically, but presumably a clinical nonresponse will the prompt consideration of bronchoscopic evaluation.’
  • ‘Penicillins, cephalosporins, monobactams and carbapenems can all be hydrolyzed by multiple members of the beta lactamase family of enzymes, resulting in a microbiologically ineffective compound.’
  • ‘All patients underwent a battery of investigations, providing complete data on all patients, and diagnoses were confirmed microbiologically or from independent radiographic review.’

Pronunciation

microbiologically

/-ˌbīəˈläjik(ə)lē/