bacterie

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Dutch[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

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  • Hyphenation: bac‧te‧rie

Etymology[edit]

Dutchification of older bacterium, from New Latin bactērium, from Ancient Greek βακτήριον ‎(baktḗrion, small staff), from βακτηρία ‎(baktēría).

Noun[edit]

bacterie f ‎(plural bacteriën, diminutive bacterietje n)

  1. bacterium, a micro-organism
a single organism occurrence is usually mentioned as a plurale tantum, not a species

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Romanian[edit]

bacterie

Etymology[edit]

From French bactérie, from New Latin bacterium, from Ancient Greek βακτήριον ‎(baktḗrion, small staff), from βακτηρία ‎(baktēría) + -ium.

Noun[edit]

bacterie f ‎(plural bacterii)

  1. bacterium (single celled organism with no nucleus or organelles)

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