[ bahy-oh-haz-erd ]
/ ˈbaɪ oʊˌhæz ərd /
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a pathogen, especially one used in or produced by biological research.
the health risk posed by the possible release of such a pathogen into the environment.
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OTHER WORDS FROM biohazardbi·o·haz·ard·ous, adjective
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One part of the pain and tragedy of the pandemic is that, yes, even a simple family gathering requires something of a biohazard assessment plan.How to have a safer — but not safe — pandemic Thanksgiving|Brian Resnick|November 11, 2020|Vox
British Dictionary definitions for biohazard
/ (ˌbaɪəʊˈhæzəd) /
material of biological origin that is hazardous to humans
Derived forms of biohazardbiohazardous, adjective
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Scientific definitions for biohazard
[ bī′ō-hăz′ərd ]
A biological agent, such as an infectious microorganism, that constitutes a threat to humans or to the environment, especially one produced in biological research or experimentation.
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