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disease-free

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Definition of disease-free in English:

adjective

Not suffering from, contaminated by, or exposed to a particular disease: all three patients remained disease-free four years after diagnosis the farm was declared disease-free
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  • The patient described in this report had an excellent outcome and is disease-free after 4 years without systemic chemotherapy.
  • The minister said that Ireland currently enjoys a most favourable forest pest and disease-free status.
  • The country's beef exports to the EU come from the disease-free zone in the south of the state.

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