Definition of germ-laden in English:

germ-laden

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adjective

  • Filled with or carrying many germs: foul-smelling, germ-laden water
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    • Writers of health advice in the early twentieth century urged people to break down the unhealthy separation of germ-laden indoor air from clean outdoor air.
    • Sadly, doing the public transport thing meant I was in close proximity to a gazillion germ-laden people sniffling with the lurgy that has been going round.
    • One microbiologist concerned about these super-infections has mused that the best thing to happen in major hospitals might be to dump truckloads of germ-laden dirt into the corridors, rather than keep on applying more and more chemicals.

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