|Origin:||sanitaire, from Latin sanitas; SANITY|
1 [only before noun]
relating to the ways that dirt, infection, and waste are removed, so that places are clean and healthy for people to live in [= hygienic]:
Diseases were spread through poor sanitary conditions.
a prison with no proper sanitary facilities (=toilets)
clean and not causing any danger to people's health [≠ insanitary]:
Often, the camps were not very sanitary.