Adjective(1) relating to or caused by parasites(2) of or pertaining to epenthesis(3) of plants or persons; having the nature or habits of a parasite or leech; living off another
(1) They say that the parasitic plant which grows on nettles is nationally scarce and grows on only 100 sites across the country.(2) If parasites - or their eggs - are seen when a smear of stool is examined under the microscope, the child will be treated for a parasitic infestation.(3) Some species are parasitic on insects, plants and animals, including man.(4) After the princes and their state had subordinated the church, sometimes in violent conflicts, it was allowed to keep its privileged and parasitic existence.(5) The second myth The Economist wanted do dispel was the misapprehension that blogs are essentially parasitic on other media.(6) Since then almost 30 years have passed and it is learnt that the control of parasitic diseases require sustained efforts from all partners.(7) Fourthly, there has been extensive debate as to whether it is liberalism that generates the peace or whether, in a reversal of the causal chain, liberalism is parasitic upon the peace that is already in existence.(8) It is essential to consider both operational and economic feasibility of any intervention to control parasitic diseases apart from its effectiveness so as to make decisions more rationally.(9) Let's now turn our attention to the subject of parasitic infestations of the CNS.(10) One of the many things the film is about is the essentially parasitic relationship that writers have with their subjects.(11) Malnutrition, parasitic infestations, maternal and child morbidity and drug abuse are more important priorities and reflect on the allocation of resources for mental health services.(12) The goal of this study is to identify key environmental changes resulting from urbanization that influence outbreaks of parasitic diseases.(13) In place of pesticides, organic growers employ biological controls such as predatory and parasitic insects and bacteria, all of which effectively control pests in growing flowers.(14) I suspect that their electronic ├ö├ç├┐portfolio├ö├ç├û of clinical questions would be more useful than sitting through conferences on parasitic diseases.(15) Cowbird nestlings were placed into nests prior to the hatching of host nestlings to simulate the shorter incubation periods characteristic of parasitic species.(16) Brahmins began to be described as cunning, parasitic exploiters and authors of the iniquitous caste system.
(1) parasitic diseases :: 寄生虫症
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Parasitic infections are common,
such as pinworms.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 1
...that I am putting an end to your
PARASITIC piggybacking upon our Wi-Fi.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 7
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