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Translation of "vaccine" - English-Spanish dictionary

vaccine

noun /ˈvӕksiːn/
(medical ) a substance made from the germs that cause a particular disease, especially smallpox, and given to a person or animal to prevent him from catching that disease vacuna a flu vaccine.
vaccinate /-ksi-/ verb
(medical ) to protect (a person etc) against a disease by putting vaccine into his blood vacunar Has your child been vaccinated against smallpox?
vaccination /-ksi-/ noun
(medical) (an) act of vaccinating or process of being vaccinated vacunación I’m going to have a vaccination tomorrow Vaccination was introduced in the eighteenth century.
Translations of “vaccine”
in Arabic لُقاح…
in Korean 백신…
in Malaysian vaksin…
in French vaccin…
in Turkish aşı…
in Italian vaccino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疫苗…
in Russian вакцина…
in Polish szczepionka…
in Vietnamese vắc xin…
in Portuguese vacina…
in Thai วัคซีน…
in German der Impfstoff…
in Catalan vacuna…
in Japanese ワクチン…
in Indonesian vaksin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疫苗…
(Definition of vaccine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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