immunize

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bağışıklık kazandırmak
{f} (against) (-e karşı) bağışık kılmak
aşılamak

Çocuk felcine karşı çocukları aşılamak önemlidir. - It is important to immunize children against polio.

aşı

Çocuk felcine karşı çocukları aşılamak önemlidir. - It is important to immunize children against polio.

(Tıp) bağışıklama
bağışıklık kazandır
bağışık kılmak
aşıla,bağışıklık kazandır
(Tıp) Bağışık kılmak, bağışıklık meydana getirmek
{f} muaf tutmak
(Tıp) immunize
immunization
(Askeri) BAĞIŞIKLIK: İnsan ve hayvanların bulaşıcı hastalıklardan muafiyetini sağlama. Bak. "booster dose"
immunization
{i} aşılama
immunise
(Tıp) bağışıklık kazandırmak
immunise
(Tıp) bağışık kılmak
immunized
(Gıda) bağışık
immunization
bağışık kılma
immunization
aşı

Bir aşı belgeniz varsa lütfen onu gelirken getirin. - If you have a certificate of immunization, please bring it when you come.

immunizations
aşılar
immunized
aşı
immunizer
bağışklık kazandıran
immunise
f., İng., bak. immunize
immunization
(Diş Hekimliği) bağışıklık sağlama işlemi
immunization
bağışıklama
immunization
bağışıklık kazandırma
immunization
(Tıp) Bağışıklılaştırma, bağışıklık meydana getirme
to immunize
bağışıklık kazandırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To inoculate someone, as thus produce immunity from a disease
To make someone or something immune to something
im·mun·ize immunizes immunizing immunized in BRIT, also use immunise If people or animals are immunized, they are made immune to a particular disease, often by being given an injection. We should require that every student is immunized against hepatitis B The monkeys had been immunized with a vaccine made from infected cells All parents should have their children immunized. + immunization immunizations im·mun·iza·tion universal immunization against childhood diseases. to protect someone from a particular illness by giving them a vaccine = vaccinate, inoculate inoculate immunize sb against sth
{f} render insusceptible to a disease; perform vaccinations by inoculation; (Law) grant a person exemption or protection from something that others are subjected to (also immunise)
perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
law: grant immunity from prosecution
immunization
One such exposure

The first immunization a baby gets is against HBV.

immunization
The process by which an individual is exposed to a material that is designed to prime his or her immune system against that material

Immunization against influenza is important for all child-care workers.

immunise
alternative spelling of immunize
immunise
a British spelling of immunize
immunise
perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
immunise
law: grant immunity from prosecution
immunise
{f} render insusceptible to a disease; perform vaccinations by inoculation; (Law) grant a person exemption or protection from something that others are subjected to (also immunize)
immunised
{s} rendered insusceptible to a disease, vaccinated (also immunized)
immunised
having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease
immunization
Protection of susceptible individuals from communicable disease by administration of a living modified agent (as in yellow fever), a suspension of killed organism (as in whooping cough), or an inactivated toxin (as in tetanus) Temporary passive immunization can be produce by administration of antibody in the form of immune globulin in some conditions See also active immunization; passive immunization
immunization
Protection from disease by administering vaccines that induce the body to form antibodies against infectious agents
immunization
{i} process of rendering insusceptible to a disease (also immunisation)
immunization
the process of developing immunity; often refers to an injection
immunization
The design of a bond portfolio to achieve a target level of return in the face of changing reinvestment rates and price levels It is the combining of short- and long-term bonds in the same portfolio to produce a predictable rate of return regardless of movements in interest rates
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
immunization
The process of inducing protection against a disease, usually by administering an antigen (as in a vaccine) or antibodies (as in immune globulin) (See also vaccination, but these terms are often used interchangeably )
immunization
the process of inducing immunity by administering an antigen (vaccine) to allow the immune system to prevent infection or illness when it subsequently encounters the infectious agent
immunization
a process by which a person is protected against the adverse effects of infection by a disease-causing microorganism
immunization
the act of making immune (especially by inoculation)
immunization
The construction of an asset and a liability that are subject to offsetting changes in value
immunization
Protection against interest rate risk by holding assets and liabilities of equal durations
immunization
the process of inducing immunity by administering a vaccine, thereby "teaching" the immune system to recognize certain antigen(s) and thus prevent infection or illness when it subsequently encounters the infectious agent
immunization
A process for designing fixed income portfolios to obtain a target rate of return over a specified time period, within a narrow range, despite market conditions
immunization
The process by which a person or animal becomes protected against a disease; the process of inducing immunity by administering an antigen (vaccine) to allow the immune system to prevent infection or illness when it subsequently encounters the infectious agent This term is often used interchangeably with vaccination or inoculation
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 Passive immunization involves giving a patient exogenous (manufactured or transferred from another individual) antibodies
immunization
The act of inducing antibody formation leading to immunity
immunization
  a process that increases an organisms reaction to antigen and therefore improves its ability to resist or overcome infection
immunization
Protection of susceptible individuals from communicable diseases by administration of a living modified agent, a suspension of killed organisms, or an inactivated toxin
immunization
vaccination or other process that induces protection (immunity) against infection or disease caused by a microbe
immunization
A method to produce immunity (protection from infection) using vaccines for a specific disease
immunization
Injection with a specific antigen to promote antibody formation, to create immunity to a disease, or to make a person less susceptible to a contagious disease
immunization
A bond portfolio strategy whose goal is to eliminate the portfolio's risk, in case of a general change in the rate of interest, through the use of duration
immunization
The construction of an asset and a liability match that benefits from offsetting changes in value
immunization
A process or procedure that increases an organism's reaction to antigens, thereby, improving its ability to resist or overcome infection
immunization
The process of obtaining resistance to a specific disease, typically delivered through a vaccination shot or capsule Using killed or weakened viruses, bacterial molecules or inactivated toxins, a vaccination will introduce harmless forms of the disease into the body Once immunized, the body then develops antibodies to fight the foreign substance
immunization
The process by which a person or animal becomes protected against a disease This term is often used interchangeably with vaccination or inoculation
immunizations
plural of immunization
immunized
having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease
immunized
{s} rendered insusceptible to a disease, vaccinated (also immunised)
immunizing
present participle of immunize
immunizing
That immunizes
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) immunize
immunize

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