Jacob Mchangama argues that, for Akkari, the Danish tradition of free speech acted as a disinfectant.
The infection can—with copious amounts of disinfectant (bleach) and meticulous attention to detail—end there.
“Students should be focusing on books not disinfectant and cleaning the bathroom,” she says.
He stitched me up quickly, using a can of 7UP as disinfectant.
The place has that particular bar perfume of disinfectant and stale spilled beer.
By the time the last gallon was on board the disinfectant was just above the floor, but the bubbles of foam reached to the decks.
A disinfectant is an agent which destroys germs of infection.
The efficiency of any disinfectant is due to its power of destroying, or of rendering inert, specific poisons or disease germs.
Empty and wash them immediately, and keep some disinfectant in them.
disinfectant may be used in the same way when it is thought to be needed.
disinfectant dis·in·fec·tant (dĭs'ĭn-fěk'tənt)
An agent, such as heat, radiation, or a chemical, that disinfects by destroying, neutralizing, or inhibiting the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms. adj.
Serving to disinfect.