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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunhygienicun‧hy‧gie‧nic /ˌʌnhaɪˈdʒiːnɪk◂ $ -ˈdʒe-, -ˈdʒiː-/ adjective  dirty and likely to make people ill unhygienic conditionssee thesaurus at dirtyunhygienically /-kli/ adverb
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unhygienicConversely, conditions in deaf institutions and asylums were often grim and unhygienic.Trains and telephones broke down, cities and highways were grubby and unhygienic.We even use pipettes: so unhygienic.With respect to unhygienic conditions, cells are too often soiled by their inmates.The unhygienic conditions of a stable were a breeding ground for all manner of disease and bacteria hazardous to a newborn.Hospital cleaners were criticized for the unhygienic conditions of the central kitchens.There were whole families who were infected, and transmission of the disease was facilitated by unhygienic conditions.But this is an old fashioned and potentially unhygienic method.It is unhygienic to store raw meat at that temperature.
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