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vac·ci·nate

 (văk′sə-nāt′)
v. vac·ci·nat·ed, vac·ci·nat·ing, vac·ci·nates
v.tr.
To inoculate with a vaccine in order to produce immunity to an infectious disease, such as diphtheria or typhus.
v.intr.
To perform vaccinations or a vaccination.

vac′ci·na′tor n.

vaccinate

(ˈvæksɪˌneɪt)
vb
(Medicine) to inoculate (a person) with a vaccine so as to produce immunity against a specific disease
ˈvacciˌnator n

vac•ci•nate

(ˈvæk səˌneɪt)

v. -nat•ed, -nat•ing. v.t.
1. to inoculate with a vaccine.
v.i.
2. to perform or practice vaccination.
[1800–10]
vac′ci•na`tor, n.

vaccinate


Past participle: vaccinated
Gerund: vaccinating

Imperative
vaccinate
vaccinate
Present
I vaccinate
you vaccinate
he/she/it vaccinates
we vaccinate
you vaccinate
they vaccinate
Preterite
I vaccinated
you vaccinated
he/she/it vaccinated
we vaccinated
you vaccinated
they vaccinated
Present Continuous
I am vaccinating
you are vaccinating
he/she/it is vaccinating
we are vaccinating
you are vaccinating
they are vaccinating
Present Perfect
I have vaccinated
you have vaccinated
he/she/it has vaccinated
we have vaccinated
you have vaccinated
they have vaccinated
Past Continuous
I was vaccinating
you were vaccinating
he/she/it was vaccinating
we were vaccinating
you were vaccinating
they were vaccinating
Past Perfect
I had vaccinated
you had vaccinated
he/she/it had vaccinated
we had vaccinated
you had vaccinated
they had vaccinated
Future
I will vaccinate
you will vaccinate
he/she/it will vaccinate
we will vaccinate
you will vaccinate
they will vaccinate
Future Perfect
I will have vaccinated
you will have vaccinated
he/she/it will have vaccinated
we will have vaccinated
you will have vaccinated
they will have vaccinated
Future Continuous
I will be vaccinating
you will be vaccinating
he/she/it will be vaccinating
we will be vaccinating
you will be vaccinating
they will be vaccinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been vaccinating
you have been vaccinating
he/she/it has been vaccinating
we have been vaccinating
you have been vaccinating
they have been vaccinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been vaccinating
you will have been vaccinating
he/she/it will have been vaccinating
we will have been vaccinating
you will have been vaccinating
they will have been vaccinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been vaccinating
you had been vaccinating
he/she/it had been vaccinating
we had been vaccinating
you had been vaccinating
they had been vaccinating
Conditional
I would vaccinate
you would vaccinate
he/she/it would vaccinate
we would vaccinate
you would vaccinate
they would vaccinate
Past Conditional
I would have vaccinated
you would have vaccinated
he/she/it would have vaccinated
we would have vaccinated
you would have vaccinated
they would have vaccinated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.vaccinate - perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculationvaccinate - perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
practice of medicine, medicine - the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; "he studied medicine at Harvard"
inject, shoot - give an injection to; "We injected the glucose into the patient's vein"

vaccinate

verb inoculate, inject, protect, immunize Have you had your child vaccinated against whooping cough?
Translations
يُلَقِّحُيُلَقِّح، يُطَعِّم
očkovat
vaccinere
rokottaa
cijepiti
beolt
bólusetja
予防接種をする
예방접종을 하다
vaccinera
ฉีดวัคซีน
aşılamakaşı yapmak
tiêm chủng

vaccinate

[ˈvæksɪneɪt] VTvacunar

vaccinate

[ˈvæksɪneɪt] vtvacciner
to vaccinate sb against sth → vacciner qn contre qch

vaccinate

vtimpfen

vaccinate

[ˈvæksɪˌneɪt] vtvaccinare

vaccine

(ˈvӕksiːn) noun
a substance made from the germs that cause a particular disease, especially smallpox, and given to a person or animal to prevent him from catching that disease.
ˈvaccinate (-ksi-) verb
to protect (a person etc) against a disease by putting vaccine into his blood. Has your child been vaccinated against smallpox?
ˌvacciˈnation (-ksi-) noun
(an) act of vaccinating or process of being vaccinated. I'm to have a vaccination tomorrow; Vaccination was introduced in the eighteenth century.

vaccinate

يُلَقِّحُ očkovat vaccinere impfen εμβολιάζω vacunar rokottaa vacciner cijepiti vaccinare 予防接種をする 예방접종을 하다 vaccineren vaksinere zaszczepić vacinar делать прививку vaccinera ฉีดวัคซีน aşılamak tiêm chủng 预防接种

vac·ci·nate

vt. vacunar, inocular.

vaccinate

vt vacunar; Have you been vaccinated against tetanus?..¿Ha sido vacunado contra el tétano?
References in classic literature ?
I might have gone on in this figurative manner, if Dora's face had not admonished me that she was wondering with all her might whether I was going to propose any new kind of vaccination, or other medical remedy, for this unwholesome state of ours.
The physiology, the chemical rhythm of the creature, may also be made to undergo an enduring modification,--of which vaccination and other methods of inoculation with living or dead matter are examples that will, no doubt, be familiar to you.
This Bunster called vaccination, and Mauki was vaccinated a number of times a week.
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Feemster, MD, director of research for the Vaccine Education Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, adding that learning more of the reasoning behind the decision making for required vaccinations is a priority.
Whites also reported receiving vaccinations more often than other groups, the researchers said.
During a visit to Fayaz Mansour Health Center in al-Mazzeh area in Damascus, Health Minister Nizar Yazigi said that the National Vaccination Days were launched on Tuesday, targeting children under five, adding that the vaccination days include an anti-polio vaccination campaign and a campaign for enhancing the regular vaccinations.
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