contaminate

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Synonyms for contaminate

Synonyms for contaminate

to make physically impure

to make morally impure

Synonyms for contaminate

make radioactive by adding radioactive material

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nanocomposite results in a decrease in cost but it increases the rate of contaminator degradation.
When soldiers, children and refugees return home to their families after war, they are perceived to be potential contaminators of the community and families.
Abiding by international, regional and local laws related to environmental issues and prohibiting the usage of water contaminators, will also help in preserving the water environment.
The protesters also set up the Tribunal Nacional de Justicia Hidrica (water-justice tribunal), which, they said, "would monitor water conflicts in the country, clarify the facts of the cases, create an agency for ethical sanctions against destroyers and contaminators of water, promote legislative initiatives regarding the right to water, and provide a space for ongoing debate on the issue of water.
Tolerance of extreme temperatures and humidity as well as survival on dry surfaces for extended periods make these Gram-negative, non-fermentative opportunists ready contaminators of medical devices and equipment, (e.
This means that in [limonene's] presence, these air purifiers are actually air contaminators," says Nizkorodov.