Definition of hygienic in English:

hygienic

Line breaks: hy|gien¦ic
Pronunciation: /hʌɪˈdʒiːnɪk
 
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adjective

Conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease, especially by being clean; sanitary: hygienic conditions
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  • It was very clean and hygienic, well maintained and the food was marvellous by comparison to what I had experienced abroad.
  • Some may argue that in advanced countries like Australia, pigs are bred in very clean and hygienic conditions.
  • Avoidance is the principal medical and hygienic strategy to prevent mold-induced disease.
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hygienically

adverb
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  • Several of these places were hygienically challenged, with mangy dogs scurrying about, leaking sewage pipes and nowhere to bathe.
  • The product extinguishes safely and hygienically, and its airtight design means that smoke odours are locked-in within the pouch.
  • Parents should give children food suitable to their temperament, prepared hygienically, pleasant to the taste and yet simple.

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