1. n антисептическое средство, антисептик

antiseptic ice — антисептический лед

antiseptic soap — антисептическое мыло

antiseptic cream — антисептический крем

antiseptic lotion — антисептический лосьон

antiseptic agent — антисептическое средство

2. a противогнилостный; антисептический

antiseptic mouthwash — антисептический зубной эликсир

antiseptic property — антисептическое свойство

antiseptic propert — антисептическое свойство

antiseptic powder — антисептическая присыпка

antiseptic medium — антисептическое средство

3. a использующий, применяющий антисептики

sterilization by antiseptic — стерилизация антисептиками

powerful antiseptic — сильнодействующий антисептик

4. a безукоризненно чистый; промытый до блеска
5. a аккуратный до педантизма; скучно-упорядоченный
6. a обтекаемый; приглаженный, эвфемистический
Синонимический ряд:
1. aseptic (adj.) aseptic; pure; sterile
2. clean (adj.) clean; immaculate; spotless; stainless; unsoiled; unsullied
3. sterilizing (adj.) antibacterial; antibiotic; bactericidal; disinfectant; germ-free; germicidal; hygienic; sterilizing
4. cleaner (noun) cleaner; cleanser; purifier
5. detergent (noun) antitoxin; deodorant; detergent; disinfectant; germicide; immunizing agent; medicine; preventative; sterilizing
Антонимический ряд:

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  • antiseptic — adj germicidal, bactericidal, disinfectant (see under ANTISEPTIC n) antiseptic n Antiseptic, germicide, bactericide, disinfectant all denote an agent that interferes with the growth and activity of microorganisms. An antiseptic is an agent that… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • antiseptic — ANTISÉPTIC, Ă, antiseptici, ce, adj., s.n. (Medicament) care previne sau înlătură infecţiile microbiene sau care împiedică putrefacţia. – Din fr. antiseptique. Trimis de ana zecheru, 29.02.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  antiséptic adj. → septic Trimis de… …   Dicționar Român

  • Antiseptic — An ti*sep tic, Antiseptical An ti*sep tic*al, a. Counteracting or preventing putrefaction, or a putrescent tendency in the system; antiputrefactive. [1913 Webster] {Antiseptic surgery}, that system of surgical practice which insists upon a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • antiseptic — (adj.) 1750, coined from ANTI (Cf. anti ) against + SEPTIC (Cf. septic). Figurative use by 1820. As a noun meaning an antiseptic substance by 1803 …   Etymology dictionary

  • antiseptic — [adj] completely clean, uncontami nated; decontaminating antibacterial, antibiotic, aseptic, bactericidal, clean, disinfectant, germdestroying, germ free, germicidal, hygienic, medicated, prophylactic, pure, purifying, sanitary, sterile,… …   New thesaurus

  • antiseptic — ► ADJECTIVE 1) preventing the growth of micro organisms that cause disease or infection. 2) so clean or pure as to lack character. ► NOUN ▪ an antiseptic compound or preparation …   English terms dictionary

  • antiseptic — [an΄tə sep′tik] adj. 1. preventing infection, decay, etc. by inhibiting the action of microorganisms 2. using antiseptics 3. free from infection or infectious agents; sterile 4. very clean or tidy 5. untouched by life, its problems, emotions, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Antiseptic — An ti*sep tic, n. a substance which kills or retards the growth of microorganisms, especially when used for protection against infection; a substance which prevents or retards putrefaction, or destroys, or protects from, putrefactive organisms;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • antiseptic — index preventive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Antiseptic — Antiseptics (from Greek αντί anti , against + σηπτικός septikos , putrefactive ) are antimicrobial substances that are applied to living tissue/skin to reduce the possibility of infection, sepsis, or putrefaction. They should generally be… …   Wikipedia

  • antiseptic — an|ti|sep|tic1 [ˌæntıˈseptık] n [U and C] a medicine that you put onto a wound to stop it from becoming infected ▪ He dabbed the cut with antiseptic. ▪ Mint is a mild antiseptic. antiseptic 2 antiseptic2 adj helping to prevent infection ▪ an… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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