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immunised, past participle; immunising, present participle; immunised, past tense; immunized, past participle; immunises, 3rd person singular present; immunizing, present participle; immunizes, 3rd person singular present; immunized, past tense;
  1. Make (a person or animal) immune to infection, typically by inoculation
    • - the vaccine is used to immunize children against measles

  1. law: grant immunity from prosecution
  2. perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
  3. (immunized) having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease
  4. (immunization) the act of making immune (especially by inoculation)
  5. Immunization, or immunisation, is the process by which an individual's immune system becomes fortified against an agent (known as the immunogen).
  6. (Immunization (finance)) In finance, interest rate immunization is a strategy that ensures that a change in interest rates will not affect the value of a portfolio. ...
  7. (Immunized) A signalling or communication circuit (such as a block instrument circuit) is said to be immunized if provision has been made to protect it from electromagnetic and inductive interference from OHE equipment.
  8. Being immunized is when someone gets a vaccine to protect against certain illnesses such as tetanus, chicken pox, measles, and HPV.
  9. (immunization) Sometimes called vaccination; a shot or injection that protects a person from getting an illness by making the person "immune" to it.
  10. (Immunization) The construction of an asset and a liability that have offsetting changes in value.
  11. (immunization) A process or procedure that increases an organism’s reaction to antigens, thereby, improving its ability to resist or overcome infection.
  12. (immunization) the process by which a person is protected against the adverse effects of infection by a disease-causing microorganism. Active immunization (vaccination) involves inoculating a person with an antigen and relying on their body to mount an immune response. ...
  13. (Immunization) the process by which a person becomes immune, or protected, against a disease. This term is often used interchangeably with vaccination or inoculation. ...
  14. (Immunization) vaccine to prevent diseases.
  15. (Immunization) A strategy that matches durations of assets and liabilities so as to make net worth unaffected by interest rate movements.
  16. (immunization) A technique used to cause an immune response that results in resistance to a specific disease, especially an infectious disease.
  17. (Immunization) process of introducing vaccine into the body to stimulate the formation of antibodies which fight disease-causing germs. ...
  18. (Immunization) A medical procedure that increases a person's resistance to contagious diseases such as measles, smallpox, whooping cough, diphtheria, and tetanus.
  19. (Immunization) A procedure for creating resistance to a pathogen. Such procedures include vaccination and treatment with antibodies.
  20. (Immunization) Also known as a vaccination; injection of a foreign substance into the body to produce an immune response.
  21. (Immunization) Any process that induces adaptive immune remembrance, recognition and response against infection by a microbe.
  22. (Immunization) Constructing a portfolio of assets and liabilities that will offset each other when underlying values change.  Begs the question - What's the point?
  23. (Immunization) The effect whereby recipients distribute fewer copies of a chain letter if they have recently received one or more chain letters of the same motivational category.  CLEVO
  24. (Immunization) The process of increasing one's resistance to pathogens. In active immunity a person is injected with antigens that stimulate the development of clones of specific B or T lymphocytes; in passive immunity a person is injected with antibodies produced by another organism.
  25. (Immunization) Use of a vaccine to stimulate the immune system to ward off particular infections (flu, measles, typhoid, etc.).