Traductions & exemples
expand_more José Happart, socialiste, et moi-même, nous dénoncions le risque de zoonose depuis 1989.
Eh bien, il se trouve qu'avec la loi des hommes, vous avez créé et une épizootie et une zoonose.
Par zoonose, on entend toute maladie transmissible directement ou indirectement des animaux à l'homme.
Exemples d'usage pour « zoonosis » en français
EnglishJosé Happart, a Socialist, and I have been warning of the risk of a zoonosis since 1989.
EnglishIt appears that, using human law, you have created an epizootic disease and a zoonosis.
EnglishIt also expressed concern over the growing incidence of food-borne diseases and zoonosis.
EnglishI also make reference to the zoonosis directive which has gone through the Commission and is now before Parliament.
EnglishThe rapporteur also proposes that mad cow disease, BSE, should be added to the list of zoonoses in a new article as a potential zoonosis.
EnglishAt the time in the European Union there was a decrease in the incidence of zoonosis in chicken, without using the US methods.
EnglishThis combination is known to be effective for foot-and-mouth disease and other known animal health, public health and zoonosis risks.
EnglishIn the same way, the temporary committee is asking the Commission to draw up a global strategy for diseases and zoonosis in the European Union.
EnglishIn actual fact, we have a situation of impending rampant zoonosis: in other words, diseases can be transmitted from animal to human being.
EnglishHere I am thinking in particular of diseases linked to food contamination, such as zoonosis diseases, salmonella and infectious enteritis.
EnglishBy including BSE in Directive 92/117/EEC as a potential zoonosis, the European Parliament is encouraging the systematic recording of this disease.
EnglishBy including BSE in Directive 92/ 117/ EEC as a potential zoonosis, the European Parliament is encouraging the systematic recording of this disease.
EnglishHave there been more than forty fatal cases of atypical Creutzfeldt-Jakob due to mad cow disease, that is, a zoonosis?
EnglishAnd all because, for the past 14 years and, officially, for the past 4 years, there has been a zoonosis, i.e. a disease which can be transmitted from cows, in this case British cows, to humans.
EnglishAnd all because, for the past 14 years and, officially, for the past 4 years, there has been a zoonosis, i. e. a disease which can be transmitted from cows, in this case British cows, to humans.
Synonymes anglais de « zoonosis »