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germ-free

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Definition of germ-free in English:

adjective

Containing no germs; sterile or clean: an enclosed, germ-free environment
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  • My house is one that people who relish their germ-free personal space - and their sanity - would avoid like the plague.
  • Funny commercials suggest that if we dutifully swish harsh mouthwashes around and take all that torture like a man, the hard-earned payoff will be a healthier, germ-free mouth.
  • All eyedrops must be sealed when they are made, in order to keep them germ-free.

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