Definitions

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  • verb Alternative spelling of immunize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb law: grant immunity from prosecution
  • verb perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation

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Examples

  • Under cross-examination from Botha's advocate Lappe Laubscher, Van Zyl said while Tutu initially attempted to accommodate Botha by allowing him to respond to questions in writing, he had never undertaken to indefinitely "immunise" him from testifying.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It said SAA had sought to "lock in" the gains it had made in the earlier period with this scheme and "immunise" its fares distributed through travel agents against competition.

    IOL: News

  • It said SAA had sought to "lock in" the gains it had made in the earlier period with this scheme and "immunise" its fares distributed through travel agents against competition.

    News24 Top Stories

  • Speaking at the pass-out parade on Saturday, Museveni said there was need to organise more patriotism courses to "immunise" the people against such lies.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • It said SAA had sought to "lock in" the gains it had made in the earlier period with this scheme and "immunise" its fares distributed through travel agents against competition.

    IOL: News

  • A possible solution is to "immunise" people with the by products of these infections, ie the chemicals or bacteria released during infection.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Transparency from all major aid donors would be equivalent to an additional $3bn - that's enough to immunise 350 million children against deadly diseases such as pneumonia and meningitis.

    China pulls out of aid partnership

  • A programme to immunise schoolgirls against cervical cancer has proved successful since it began in 2008.

    Cervical cancer diagnosis rate rises among women in their 20s

  • Yet, the children themselves can successfully immunise themselves against this English shower if they feel they are being pushed too hard.

    A is for Age (of onset) « An A-Z of ELT

  • We know much more about what can immunise us from the worst effects of ageing.

    Let's dispel this gloom about living longer and make life better for the old | Yvonne Roberts

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