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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmuneim‧mune /ɪˈmjuːn/ ●○○ adjective  1 MHEALTHY[not before noun] someone who is immune to a particular disease cannot catch it Once we’ve had the disease, we’re immune for life.2 immune response/reaction3 EFFECT/INFLUENCE[not before noun] not affected by something that happens or is doneimmune to The Labour Party is not immune to new ideas.4 PROTECT[not before noun] specially protected from something unpleasantimmune from The senior members of the group appeared to be immune from arrest.
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immuneFrom that fate no trader was immune.What happens to your body then is that feelings of helplessness and hopelessness soon translate into depressed immune function.Continually feeling bad about how your body looks limits your self-esteem, which eventually undercuts your immune power.Thus, there is some suggestion of variation in the immune response within Crohn's disease.As intriguing as these results are, much remains unclear about the impact of low doses of alcohol on the immune sys-tem.These cells form part of the immune system and help to prevent the body from getting diseases.I thought hard about my actual immune system and the white cells of which it is largely composed.Their immune systems are so damaged that colds and bugs which normally take a few days to clear can take weeks or months.immune toThe dictatorship seems immune to economic pressures.Some people are immune to the virus.immune fromThe governor is popular, but not immune from criticism.
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