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infested 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
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/inˈfest/,
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infested, past tense; infested, past participle; infesting, present participle; infests, 3rd person singular present;
  1. (of insects or animals) Be present (in a place or site) in large numbers, typically so as to cause damage or disease
    • - the house is infested with cockroaches
    • - shark-infested waters

  1. (infest) invade in great numbers; "the roaches infested our kitchen"
  2. (infest) invade: occupy in large numbers or live on a host; "the Kudzu plant infests much of the South and is spreading to the North"
  3. (infest) live on or in a host, as of parasites
  4. (infestation) the state of being invaded or overrun by parasites
  5. (infestation) a swarm of insects that attack plants; "a plague of grasshoppers"
  6. (Infest (album)) Infest is the second album by Californian rock band Papa Roach. It was released on April 25, 2000, and became the 20th highest selling album of 2000 in the United States. It was certified triple Platinum in the U.S. on July 18, 2001, and peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 chart. ...
  7. (Infest (band)) Infest was an influential American hardcore band, formed in September 1986 by Joe Denunzio, Matt Domino, Dave Ring and Chris Clift. They disbanded in 1996.
  8. (Infest (festival)) Infest is an annual three day music festival held at the University of Bradford Union in the United Kingdom, featuring alternative electronic music acts from genres including industrial, EBM, futurepop, synthpop and power noise. ...
  9. (Infestation (2009 film)) Infestation is a 2009 comedy/horror feature film by American writer/director Kyle Rankin. Produced by Mel Gibson's Icon Entertainment and starring Chris Marquette. It was filmed in Bulgaria.
  10. (Infestation (album)) Infestation is the seventh studio album by American glam metal band Ratt. It is the band's first original effort since their self-titled album in 1999. It marks the Ratt studio debut for guitarist Carlos Cavazo, formerly of Quiet Riot.
  11. (infest) to be mischievous; to be hurtful; to be harassing
  12. (infestation) The presence of a large number of pest organisms in an area or field, on the surface of a host or anything that might contact a host, or in the soil
  13. (Infest) Shorthand for the infestation of a gate by flux, preventing its use.
  14. (Infest) v. For something foreign to enter an organism and cause it to rot. For example, meditation, a practice of Eastern religions, has been carried to the west in the degenerate form of New Age. ...
  15. (infest) IN SPREAD. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - infest.
  16. (infest) Of microorganisms and viruses: To contaminate the surface of a plant without establishing an interactive relationship with it; to be present in high numbers in a plant's environment (soil, water, etc.). (3)
  17. (infest) to attack as a parasite (used especially of insects and nematodes); to contaminate, as with microorganisms; to be present in numbers.
  18. (infest) trouble or disturb frequently or in large numbers
  19. (Infestation) For persons or animals, the lodgment, development and reproduction of arthropods on the surface of the body or in the clothing. Infested articles or premises are those that harbor or give shelter to animal forms, especially arthropods and rodents.
  20. (Infestation) this is when evil spirits inhabit a location
  21. (infestation) The presence of insects, rats, vermin, or other pests.
  22. (Infestation) Repeated and persistent paranormal phenomena, generally centered around a particular location or person(s). Also known as a haunting.
  23. (Infestation) the invasion of the skin by a mite or parasite. Scabies and lice are infestations.
  24. (Infestation) Presence of an aggregate of insects or nematode on plant surface.
  25. (INFESTATION) Invaded by a large population of organisms in harmful numbers (example: due to climate change and shorter, warmer winters in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the mountain pine beetle population is increasing and moving to higher elevations that were once too cold for them to survive