immobilizer


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im·mo·bi·lize

 (ĭ-mō′bə-līz′)
tr.v. im·mo·bi·lized, im·mo·bi·liz·ing, im·mo·bi·liz·es
1. To render immobile.
2. To fix the position of (a joint or fractured limb), as with a splint or cast.
3. To impede movement or use of: Severe weather immobilized the rescue team.
4. Economics
a. To withdraw (specie) from circulation and reserve as security for other money.
b. To convert (floating capital) into fixed capital.

im·mo′bi·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
im·mo′bi·liz′er n.
Translations
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immobilizer

[ɪˈməʊbɪlaɪzər] immobiliser (British) n (for car)antidémarrage m

immobilizer

n inmovilizador m; shoulder — inmovilizador de hombro
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At our hospital, regular adhesive tape was historically the most common immobilizer.
Atmel[R] Corporation (Nasdaq: ATML), a leader in microcontroller and touch solutions has announced the release of a complete immobilizer protocol stack, based on the AES-128 cryptography standard, under an open source license.
An immobilizer prevents a car from running without a matching key microchip.
She arrived at the nursing home with her left lower leg wrapped in an ACE[R] bandage and wearing a removable leg immobilizer.
Features include air conditioning, driver and passenger airbags, central door locking and electronic immobilizer, roof rails, colour keyed bumpers and a CD player.
A desirable ET tube immobilizer should minimize self-extubation while also minimizing physical injury at the points of attachment to the face and neck.
The immobilizer keeps a car disabled until information stored on a computer chip in the car key matches the vehicle's registered identification number.