In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1inocularto inoculate sb (against sth) — inocular a algn (contra algo)
- to inoculate sb with sth — inocularle algo a algn
- Enough vaccine to inoculate everyone in the country against a pandemic strain of flu will be manufactured after the deadly virus breaks out, the Government pledged yesterday.
- Army doctors have started inoculating villagers against disease.
- He states that anthrax vaccine is not being produced, but the Pentagon has embarked on a massive effort to produce this vaccine and to inoculate all US troops on active duty.
- Oftentimes, though, the person being inoculated would contract the disease and suffer its consequences.
- I'll rest easier knowing I'm inoculated against eradicated diseases like Smallpox.
- The threat of terrorists waging biological warfare on Britain was starkly underlined last night when the Government announced that it was acquiring enough smallpox vaccine to inoculate the entire population.
- Vaccination programmes are being carried out in schools to inoculate children who have not been taken to their doctor for the injection.
- Fifty years from now the doctors will be inoculating for every conceivable disease.
- If we want to prevent someone from catching a serious disease, we inoculate them.
- Among the older children, 19 had been inoculated with measles vaccine.
- In the event of a smallpox outbreak, the federal government is prepared with enough vaccine to inoculate everyone who would need it.
- In Milwaukee, the health department says it doesn't have enough vaccine available to inoculate the city's homebound elderly population, for which the flu is particularly dangerous.
- The children, who are mainly toddlers, could pick up infections and may not after all be inoculated against the childhood diseases, it has emerged.
- The United Nations said it planned to start immunisation campaigns which would focus on inoculating children under the age of five against measles and meningitis, and women of childbearing age against tetanus.
- After an increase in the number of personnel contracting Hepatitis B, a request was made for all members to be inoculated against the disease.
- Troops were inoculated against expected infectious diseases as well as two agents of biological warfare - anthrax and botulinum toxin.
- When monkeys were inoculated with the vaccines, the primates' immune systems mounted a response against either the Ebola or Marburg virus.
- In desperation, soldiers and citizens took to secretly inoculating themselves for protection.
- When we get enough vaccine, a decision will be made whether or not we all ought to be inoculated simply as protection against an extraordinarily unlikely event.
- And he's told me how children would come in and they would inoculate them against diseases, but he knew there had to be something else.
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