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GAcomhúsáid bain2
gu comhúsáide
The use of two or more immunological veterinary medicinal products (IVMPs), each of which has its own marketing authorisation.
Dhá cheann nó níos mó ná sin de chógais tréidliachta imdhíoneolaíocha a úsáid, agus a údarú margaíochta féin ag gach ceann díobh.
(bovine TB)
(eitinn bhólachta)
area recognised as being free of TB in cattle
limistéar a aithnítear a bheith saor ó eitinn bhólachta
DRAFT ENTRY
DRÉACHT-IONTRÁIL
ENbiliary calculus s
pl biliary calculi
GAcalcalas fir1 an domlais le faomhadh/for approval
ai calcalais an domlais
infectious disease in cattle, water buffalo, and bison, usually caused by Brucella abortus, less frequently by B. melitensis, and occasionally by B. suis, characterised by one or more of the following signs: abortion, retained placenta, orchitis, epididymitis and, rarely, arthritis, with excretion of the organisms in uterine discharges and in milk
GAbruisealóis bain2 reachtaíocht/legislation
gu bruisealóise
brúsallóis bain2 in úsáid/in use
gu brúsallóise
brúsalóis bain2 dímholta/superseded
gu brúsalóise
infectious disease [ IATE:2228981 ] caused by bacteria of the genus Brucella that primarily affects livestock, but can also be transmitted to humans through direct contact with secretions and excretions of infected animals and by ingesting undercooked meat, raw milk, or milk products containing viable organisms
galar fir1 bó buile gnáthúsáid/common usage
galar fir1 na bó buile gnáthúsáid/common usage
mire bain4 na mbó gnáthúsáid/common usage
(dead body)
GAconablach fir1
gu conablaigh, ai conablaigh, gi conablach
GAcastán fir1
gu castáin, ai castáin, gi castán
Callosity on the inner side of the leg of a horse or other equine.
Callas ar an gcuid istigh de chos capaill nó eachaí eile.
(aquaculture farms under a common biosecurity system)
(feirmeacha dobharshaothraithe faoi chomhchóras bithshlándála)
a thickened band of extremely vascular tissue that lies at the upper border of the wall of the hoof of the horse and related animals and that plays an important part in the secretion of the horny walls
GApucháinicíd bain2
gu pucháinicíde, iol pucháinicídí
whole herd treatment
cóireáil an tréada iomláin
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