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immunize (verb), immunizes; immunized; immunizing
1. To make someone resistant to a disease, especially by means of vaccinations: Many people have been immunized against influenza because it can otherwise spread so easily and fast from one person to another, especially in winter.
2. To give a person an exemption, or protection, from something that others are subjected to, especially in a criminal matter under investigation: The witness was immunized, or safeguarded, during the police work and inquiry because of a murder that had been committed.
To protect someone from infection with a medical inoculation.
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