Adjective "hygienic" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/hʌɪˈdʒiːnɪk/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease, especially by being clean; sanitary.
  1. 'We also noticed that the chopping boards were kept clean and hygienic practices were being observed.'
  2. 'Finally, it is up to the public to decide whether they want to live in a clean hygienic and organised place.'
  3. 'The show has complete solutions for hygienic washrooms and clean pantries.'
  4. 'The play also highlighted the need for keeping public toilets clean and hygienic.'
  5. 'Keep food under hygienic conditions and thoroughly wash uncooked vegetables in clean water.'
  6. 'It will be made of something durable, hygienic and easy to clean.'
  7. 'Avoidance is the principal medical and hygienic strategy to prevent mold-induced disease.'
  8. 'The places they visit will always be too clean and hygienic.'
  9. 'No one has come to check the hygienic or the health situation here.'
  10. 'I attributed my illness directly to the failure of managers, over the years, to ensure clean and hygienic wards.'

Definitions

1. conducive to good health; healthful; sanitary.

2. of or relating to hygiene.

More examples(as adjective)

"treatments can be hygienic."

"strains can be hygienic."

"behaviours can be hygienic."

"products can be hygienic."

"people can be hygienic."

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