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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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Most commonly used types of car security systems include alarms, remote keyless entry (RKE), immobilizers and central locking systems.
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In place of tape, two different immobilizers were available: a soft cloth strap for wrapping around the ET tube with Velcro attachments, and, an upper lip adhesive strip integrated with Velcro to a plastic guide holding the ET tube by tape.
The reason for this, it is claimed, is that rays from phone masts are interfering with immobilizers on the car alarms.
The team, which included officers from the National Police Agency, also found that immobilizers helped prevent thefts of luxury cars.
Other applications for the HCS410/WM include automotive immobilizers, electronic door locks, burglar alarm systems, proximity access control and authentication of expendable brand-name items.
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The installation of immobilizers in the Celsior series became standard in July 1997, and thefts of the 1998 model and thereafter have decreased sharply, the association said.
Providing material for the manufacture and installation of immobilizers for all institutions of public assistance - Paris hospitals.
From immobilizers to tire pressure monitors, on the assembly line and in the supply chain, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is making its presence felt throughout the automotive industry.
Contract award: immobilizers supply of containers for household waste collection.
We are enthusiastic about the European automotive market, which is known for feature-rich vehicles that require increasing numbers of coils, sensors, immobilizers and power-conversion components supplied by ERA.