infection

Contact vs Infection - What's the difference?

contact | infection |


As nouns the difference between contact and infection

is that contact is the act of touching physically; being in close association while infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

As a verb contact

is to touch; to come into physical contact with.

Infection vs Virulent - What's the difference?

infection | virulent |


As a noun infection

is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

As an adjective virulent is

(chiefly|medicine|of a disease or disease-causing agent) highly infectious, malignant or deadly.

Infection vs Containment - What's the difference?

infection | containment |


As nouns the difference between infection and containment

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while containment is (uncountable) the state of being contained.

Infection vs Corruption - What's the difference?

infection | corruption |


As nouns the difference between infection and corruption

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while corruption is the act of corrupting or of impairing integrity, virtue, or moral principle; the state of being corrupted or debased; loss of purity or integrity; depravity; wickedness; impurity; bribery.

Affected vs Infection - What's the difference?

affected | infection |


As nouns the difference between affected and infection

is that affected is someone , as by a disease while infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

As an adjective affected

is influenced or changed by something.

As a verb affected

is (affect).

Infection vs Disinfection - What's the difference?

infection | disinfection |


As nouns the difference between infection and disinfection

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while disinfection is treatment with disinfectant materials in order to destroy harmful microorganisms.

Infection vs Infection - What's the difference?

infection | infection | Synonyms |

Infection is a synonym of infection.


In pathology|lang=en terms the difference between infection and infection

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

As nouns the difference between infection and infection

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

Penetration vs Infection - What's the difference?

penetration | infection |


As nouns the difference between penetration and infection

is that penetration is penetration while infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

Diffusion vs Infection - What's the difference?

diffusion | infection |


As nouns the difference between diffusion and infection

is that diffusion is diffusion (physics: the intermingling of the molecules of a fluid due to random thermal agitation) while infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting.

Infection vs Perfection - What's the difference?

infection | perfection |


As nouns the difference between infection and perfection

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while perfection is the quality or state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; entire development; consummate culture, skill, or moral excellence; the highest attainable state or degree of excellence; maturity; as, perfection' in an art, in a science, or in a system; '''perfection''' in form or degree; fruits in ' perfection .

As a verb perfection is

(obsolete|transitive) to perfect.

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