IPA: vˈæksʌneɪtɪŋ


  • the act of protecting against disease by introducing a vaccine into the body to induce immunity

Examples of "vaccinating" in Sentences

  • So we never took care of "vaccinating" it against viruses etc.
  • He says, well, we've endorsed the idea of vaccinating people in the time of smallpox epidemics.
  • Many parents are appalled at the notion of vaccinating such young girls against a sexually transmitted disease.
  • * Protecting 111 million people through disease prevention activities, such as vaccinating children against measles
  • MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY, ACTOR: I mean, obviously, the idea of vaccinating is in an ideal world, upside down and backwards.
  • Even though young children are being the hardest hit by the swine flu, many parents are not sold on the idea of vaccinating their young children.
  • I did, certainly, succeed in vaccinating a number of people by injecting very small, repeated doses of virulent blood (with Conseil) and achieved rather better results with brain tissue from the guinea pig (with Hélène
  • Whistling at our fear, assuming a brave stance, "vaccinating" ourselves with affirmations, seeking out the psychic police for protection, or even pole-vaulting headlong into fear like would-be Olympians are the common strategies many of us use to overcome terror.

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