diffusely in French
These lesions are less inflammatory and frequently sit upon relatively normal-appearing skin but sometimes it is diffusely red and thickened.
After vaccination a diffusely swollen reaction, which may be warm or painful, develops at the injection site within 4 hours.
As a result, his feet were diffusely tender, and he also sustained multiple wounds on his limbs and lesions on his back.
At the same time, and that is the paradox in this situation, we are not just dealing with a global subject, but with a decentralized one, because the sources from which the methane comes are distributed very diffusely over the whole world.
On behalf of the Green Group I should also like to say that we believe that these amendments are perhaps formulated a little too diffusely where they refer to codes of ethics, which may be adopted, for example, by certain professional groups.
The plaque is laid down more evenly, more diffusely along the artery, and it's harder to see.
When hitting the detected object the pulsed light is reflected diffusely and partially impinges on the receiver.
in a diffuse manner