vaccination

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} aşılama
{i} aşı

Aşı kolumda komik küçük bir iz bıraktı. - The vaccination left a funny little mark on my arm.

Aşılar çocukluk hastalıklarını önlemeye yardımcı olur. - Vaccinations help prevent childhood diseases.

(Tıp) vaksinasyon
peyvent
çiçek aşısı yapma
{i} aşı yapma
vaccinate
{f} aşılamak
vaccination campaign
(Tıp) aşı kampanyası
vaccination card
(Tıp) aşı karnesi
vaccinate
{f} aşı yapmak
vaccinate
aşıla

Sen kuduza karşı aşılanmalısın. - You must be vaccinated against rabies.

Onları nerede aşıladın? - Where did you vaccinate them?

Vaccinations
aşılanma
flu vaccination
Grip aşısı
vaccinate
çiçek aşısı yapmak
vaccinate
(Askeri) AŞI YAPMAK, AŞILAMAK: Bazı hastalıklara karşı muafiyeti temin için aşı yapmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Inoculation with a vaccine in order to protect a particular disease or strain of disease
{n} the act of inocculating with cowpox-matter
—A form of immunization in which killed or weakened microorganisms are placed into the body, where antibodies against them are developed; if the same types of microorganisms enter the body again, they will be destroyed by the antibodies
The process of protecting against infectious disease by introducing into the body a vaccine that stimulates a primary immune response and the production of memory cells against the disease-causing agent
Process of inoculating a host with microbial antigen(s) to elicit specific immunity
Procedures for immunization against an infectious disease
the process of administering a vaccine
Artificial introduction of a killed or attenuated pathogen to promote protective immunity See vaccine
The injection into the body of killed or weakened organisms to give the body resistance against disease
The introduction into the body of bacteria or viruses (or parts or products of them) that have previously been treated to make them harmless for the purposes of inducing the development of immunity (See also immunization )
Injection/introduction of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to prevent the disease
Cf
{i} act or instance of rendering unsusceptible to disease by inoculating
Giving a killed or weakened virus or bacteria in order to stimulate the immune system to protect the person from that organism at next exposure
Inoculation
- the administration of a vaccine; if vaccination is successful, it results in immunity
treatment with a vaccine
Injection of a weakened or killed microorganism (bacterium or virus) given for the prevention or treatment of infectious diseases
the scar left following innoculation with a vaccine
Administration of weakened or killed bacteria or virus to stimulate immunity and protection against further exposure to that agent
Administration of a vaccine
Vaccination has resulted in the eradication of smallpox; elimination of poliomyelitis in the Americas; and control of measles, rubella, tetanus, diphtheria, Haemophilus influenzae type b, and other infectious diseases in the United States and other parts of the world
Inoculation of a substance (vaccine) into the body for the purpose of producing active immunity against a disease The vaccine is usually a weakened culture of the agent causing the disease; the use of vaccines is a cornerstone of preventive medicine Vaccination was used in ancient times in China, India and Persia, and was introduced to the West in the late 18th century by E Jenner Vaccinations have eradicated smallpox and are used today to prevent diphtheria, poliomyelitis, rabies and typhoid Experimental vaccines for certain cancers have been developed for laboratory mice See also Inoculation
The act, art, or practice of vaccinating, or inoculating with the cowpox, in order to prevent or mitigate an attack of smallpox
An inoculation given to produce immunity to a disease
taking a vaccine as a precaution against contracting a disease
Administering an antigen to generate long-term antibody or cellular immune responses or both
vaccination mark
A small scar left on the skin by vaccination
vaccination marks
plural form of vaccination mark
vaccination against rabies
vaccine given to prevent being infected with rabies
vaccinate
Treat with a vaccine to produce immunity against a disease

You haven't stopped talking since I came here! You must have been vaccinated with a phonograph needle!.

vaccinate
to inoculate with vaccine virus or virus of cowpox
vaccinate
{v} to inocculate with the virus of the cow-pox
active vaccination
{i} injection of a live virus or bacteria to cause the body to create antibodies
passive vaccination
serum vaccination
prophylactic vaccination
treatment designed to produce immunity in advance
ring vaccination
administering vaccine only to people in close contact with an isolated infected patient; prevents the spread of a highly infectious disease by surrounding the patient with a ring of immunization
smallpox vaccination
needle given to create immunity against a disease known as smallpox
vaccinate
perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
vaccinate
{f} render unsusceptible to a disease by inoculating; perform vaccination
vaccinate
If a person or animal is vaccinated, they are given a vaccine, usually by injection, to prevent them from getting a disease. Dogs must be vaccinated against distemper Have you had your child vaccinated against whooping cough? Measles, mumps and whooping cough are spreading again because children are not being vaccinated. + vaccination vaccinations vac·ci·na·tion Parents were too frightened to bring their children for vaccination Anyone who wants to avoid the flu should consider getting a vaccination. to protect a person or animal from a disease by giving them a vaccine = immunize vaccinate sb against sth
vaccinate
To inoculate with the cowpox by means of a virus, called vaccine, taken either directly or indirectly from cows
vaccinations
plural of vaccination
vaccination

    Heceleme

    vac·ci·na·tion

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    väksıneyşın

    Eş anlamlılar

    inoculation, shot

    Telaffuz

    /vaksəˈnāsʜən/ /væksəˈneɪʃən/

    Etimoloji

    [ "vak-s&-'nA-sh&n ] (noun.) 1800. From Latin vacca (“cow”). The term was coined by Edward Jenner (1749-1823) who infected people with weakened cowpox viruses to immunise them againt the disease.

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