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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvaccinatevac‧cin‧ate /ˈvæksəneɪt/ verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 MHto protect a person or animal from a disease by giving them a vaccine syn immunizevaccinate somebody against something 🔊 All children should be vaccinated against measles.vaccination /ˌvæksəˈneɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 a flu vaccination→ See Verb table
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vaccinateA health spokesman stressed there had been no reported deaths - and said parents should continue having their children vaccinated.Anyone traveling to a country where exposure to the Hepatitis A virus is possible should be vaccinated.Victims were isolated, and everyone who had been in contact with them was vaccinated.To vaccinate a few hundred people in a village and find a disease there a decade later is one thing.He had been vaccinated and soon recovered.Smallpox was eliminated by a dedicated effort to vaccinate everyone.Elvis Presley agreed to be vaccinated in public to inspire his teenage fans to submit to the needle.Worcestershire Health Authority is another which doesn't vaccinate youngsters.vaccinate somebody against somethingAll children should be vaccinated against measles.