mapagpahamak, nakamamatay, lubhang mapagpahamak, lubhang mapaminsala, nakapopoot, napakasama, pagkasama-sama, kapoot-poot
Adjective(1) dangerous to health; characterized by progressive and uncontrolled growth (especially of a tumor
(1) By the very nature of what it is, Empires are malignant , not benign though they cloak this malignancy with shallow kindness.(2) Patients who had previously received conjugated estrogens or who had cancer with low malignant potential were excluded from the study.(3) Nearly everyone has pigmented moles, but only one in a million becomes malignant .(4) Yes, the two parties are equivalently malignant this way.(5) There is also concern over infective and malignant complications.(6) Science in the service of multi - national corporations, becomes malignant rather than benign.(7) Cardiac cachexia may mimic the cachexia seen in patients with disseminated malignant disease.(8) Just as he begins to recover, an old affair resurfaces within the marriage of Paul's parents and becomes aggressively malignant .(9) In the most malignant cases, it leads to the rhetoric of genocide.(10) In the end they ruled out only such serious illnesses as active or malignant disease which the doctor thought would totally wreck the child's chance of a healthy life.(11) Glioblastoma is a rapidly growing malignant brain tumour and usually has a fatal outcome.(12) He died of malignant mesothelioma of the right lung caused by exposure to asbestos.(13) Biological viruses also ' steal ' virulence genes from other viruses and become more malignant .(14) The stable food, the potato rotted from the land as the first strains of malignant blight struck, and there was nothing left to eat.(15) Proper diagnosis and supervision of treatment for Britain's most common malignant disease should not be beyond the resources of our National Health Service.(16) In addition, the ability to identify potentially malignant lesions varies with physician training.
(1) malignant tumor :: mapagpahamak tumor
1. virulent ::
3. spiteful ::
1. benevolent ::
2. benign ::
3. benignant ::
4. loving ::
Different Formsmalignant, malignantly, nonmalignant
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