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  • 1 Infest — Studioalbum von Papa Roach Veröffentlichung 25. April 2000 Label DreamWorks Records Format …

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  • 2 Infest — Студийный альбом Papa Roach Дата выпуска …

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  • 3 infest — infest, overrun, beset are comparable when they refer to disagreeable or noxious things and mean to make trouble because of their presence in swarms. Although infest carries only by suggestion the idea of annoyance or repugnance, since idiom does …

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  • 4 Infest — In*fest , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Infested}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Infesting}.] [L. infestare, fr. infestus disturbed, hostile, troublesome; in in, against + the root of defendere: cf. F. infester. See {Defend}.] To trouble greatly by numbers or by… …

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  • 5 Infest — Álbum de Papa Roach Publicación 25 de abril del 2000 Grabación Octubre de 1999 Enero de 2000 Género(s) Nu metal Rap metal …

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  • 6 Infest — * Infest can mean to overly populate, much in the same way that cockroaches do. See Overpopulation (animals)#Wild animal overpopulation. *Infest (festival) is the name of an alternative electronic music festival in Bradford, United Kingdom.… …

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  • 7 Infest — Album par Papa Roach Sortie 25 avril 2000 Genre Nu metal rapcore Label Dreamworks …

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  • 8 Infest — In*fest , a. [L. infestus. See {Infest}, v. t.] Mischievous; hurtful; harassing. [Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 infest — index annoy, harass Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 infest — (v.) late 15c., to attack, assail, hurt, distress, annoy, from M.Fr. infester, from L. infestare to attack, disturb, trouble, from infestus hostile, dangerous, originally inexorable, not able to be handled, from in not, opposite of (see IN (Cf.… …

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  • 11 infest — [adj] flood, overrun abound, annoy, assail, beset, crawl, crowd, defile, fill, flock, harass, harry, infect, invade, overspread, overwhelm, pack, penetrate, pester, plague, pollute, press, ravage, swarm, teem, throng, worry; concepts 14,86,179 …

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  • 12 infest — ► VERB ▪ (of insects or organisms) be present in large numbers, typically so as to cause damage or disease. DERIVATIVES infestation noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense «torment, harass»: from Latin infestare assail …

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  • 13 infest — [in fest′] vt. [Fr infester < L infestare, to attack, trouble < infestus, hostile < in , in + IE base * dhers , to be bold, attack > DARE] 1. to overrun or inhabit in large numbers, usually so as to be harmful or bothersome; swarm in… …

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  • 14 infest — UK [ɪnˈfest] / US verb [transitive] Word forms infest : present tense I/you/we/they infest he/she/it infests present participle infesting past tense infested past participle infested 1) if animals or insects infest a place, there are very many of …

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  • 15 infest — in|fest [ınˈfest] v [T usually passive] [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: infester, from Latin, from infestus angry and unfriendly ] 1.) if insects, rats etc infest a place, there are a lot of them and they usually cause damage be infested with …

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  • 16 infest — in|fest [ ın fest ] verb transitive 1. ) if animals or insects infest a place, there are very many of them in it, so that they might cause damage or disease: be infested by/with something: The entire house was infested with mice. 2. ) INFORMAL to …

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  • 17 infest — [[t]ɪnfe̱st[/t]] infests, infesting, infested 1) VERB When creatures such as insects or rats infest plants or a place, they are present in large numbers and cause damage. [V n] ...pests like aphids which infest cereal crops. Derived words:… …

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  • 18 infest — infester, n. /in fest /, v.t. 1. to live in or overrun to an unwanted degree or in a troublesome manner, esp. as predatory animals or vermin do: Sharks infested the coastline. 2. to be numerous in, as anything undesirable or troublesome: the… …

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  • 19 infest — verb Infest is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑vermin …

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  • 20 infest — verb (T) if insects, rats etc infest a place, they appear in large numbers and usually cause damage (+ with): hair infested with lice | shark infested waters infestation / Infe steISFn/ noun (C, U): an infestation of cockroaches …

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