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im·mu·nize

 (ĭm′yə-nīz′)
tr.v. im·mu·nized, im·mu·niz·ing, im·mu·niz·es
1. To render immune.
2. To produce immunity in, as by inoculation.
3. Law To grant immunity from prosecution or suit: immunize a witness.

im′mu·ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.

immunize

(ˈɪmjʊˌnaɪz) or

immunise

vb
(Medicine) to make immune, esp by inoculation
ˌimmuniˈzation, ˌimmuniˈsation n
ˈimmuˌnizer, ˈimmuˌniser n

im•mu•nize

(ˈɪm yəˌnaɪz, ɪˈmyu naɪz)

v.t. -nized, -niz•ing.
to make immune.
[1890–95]
im`mu•ni•za′tion, n.
im′mu•niz`er, n.

immunize


Past participle: immunized
Gerund: immunizing

Imperative
immunize
immunize
Present
I immunize
you immunize
he/she/it immunizes
we immunize
you immunize
they immunize
Preterite
I immunized
you immunized
he/she/it immunized
we immunized
you immunized
they immunized
Present Continuous
I am immunizing
you are immunizing
he/she/it is immunizing
we are immunizing
you are immunizing
they are immunizing
Present Perfect
I have immunized
you have immunized
he/she/it has immunized
we have immunized
you have immunized
they have immunized
Past Continuous
I was immunizing
you were immunizing
he/she/it was immunizing
we were immunizing
you were immunizing
they were immunizing
Past Perfect
I had immunized
you had immunized
he/she/it had immunized
we had immunized
you had immunized
they had immunized
Future
I will immunize
you will immunize
he/she/it will immunize
we will immunize
you will immunize
they will immunize
Future Perfect
I will have immunized
you will have immunized
he/she/it will have immunized
we will have immunized
you will have immunized
they will have immunized
Future Continuous
I will be immunizing
you will be immunizing
he/she/it will be immunizing
we will be immunizing
you will be immunizing
they will be immunizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been immunizing
you have been immunizing
he/she/it has been immunizing
we have been immunizing
you have been immunizing
they have been immunizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been immunizing
you will have been immunizing
he/she/it will have been immunizing
we will have been immunizing
you will have been immunizing
they will have been immunizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been immunizing
you had been immunizing
he/she/it had been immunizing
we had been immunizing
you had been immunizing
they had been immunizing
Conditional
I would immunize
you would immunize
he/she/it would immunize
we would immunize
you would immunize
they would immunize
Past Conditional
I would have immunized
you would have immunized
he/she/it would have immunized
we would have immunized
you would have immunized
they would have immunized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.immunize - law: grant immunity from prosecution
protect - shield from danger, injury, destruction, or damage; "Weatherbeater protects your roof from the rain"
2.immunize - perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculationimmunize - 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"

immunize

verb vaccinate, inoculate, protect, safeguard They have decide not to have their child immunized.
Translations
imunizovat
immuniserevaccinere
immunizál
gera ónæman, vekja ónæmi
stať sa imúnnym
imunizirati
bağışık kılmakbağışıklık kazandırmak

immunize

[ˈɪmjʊnaɪz] VT (Med) → inmunizar

immunize

[ˈɪmjʊnaɪz] immunise (British) vtimmuniser
to immunize sb against sth → immuniser qn contre qch
Every student is immunized against hepatitis B → Tous les étudiants sont immunisés contre l'hépatite B.

immunize

immunize

[ˈɪmjʊˌnaɪz] vtimmunizzare

immune

(iˈmjuːn) adjective
(with to or from) protected against, or naturally resistant to, eg a disease. immune to measles; immune from danger.
imˈmunity noun
ˈimmunize, ˈimmunise (ˈimju-) verb
to make immune to a disease, especially by an injection of a weak form of the disease.
ˌimmuniˈzation, ˌimmuniˈsation noun

im·mu·nize

v. inmunizar, hacer inmune.

immunize

vt inmunizar, (to vaccinate) vacunar
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