English to Malagasy Meaning of immune - -kery fanefitra

Immune :
-kery fanefitra

-kery fanefitra, tsy azo lavina, maimaim-poana, azo antoka, fiarovana

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Definitions of immune in English
Noun(1) a person who is immune to a particular infection
Adjective(1) relating to the condition of immunity(2) secure against(3) relating to or conferring immunity (to disease or infection(4) (usually followed by `to'
Examples of immune in English
(1) Most adults are immune to mono after age 18 (their body fights the virus so they don't get sick).(2) And in case anybody at home thinks allergists are immune to getting allergies themselves, you yourself get shots.(3) The company claims it is immune from the suit because users legally copy music for personal use.(4) The political class has become largely immune to the heartache of war.(5) Several studies have been undertaken using this natural immune modulator.(6) In the old days, such a manager would have been largely immune from prosecution.(7) All of this is narrated by Michael, the only one of the quartet immune to the infection.(8) More people were also already immune to the disease.(9) So maybe I'm not completely immune to those seasonal influences either(10) How could these guys operate for more than a decade immune from prosecution?(11) Analyses and opinions were not immune to those influences.(12) The Attorney General and Crown attorneys are immune from civil suit except in the case of malicious prosecution.(13) Commercial free speech is protected, but it is not immune from regulation.(14) Politics beckoned, not just because it offered an outlet for his rhetorical brilliance and restless ambition, but also because MPs were immune from prosecution.(15) Royalty are not immune from their effects, as we have seen all too clearly.(16) At the same time, the hype notwithstanding, large parts of the country remain immune to media influence.
Related Phrases of immune
(1) immune system ::
hery fiarovana
(2) immune response ::
valin-kery fanefitra
(3) immune deficiency ::
-kery fanefitra tsy fahampiana
1. resistant to ::
mahatohitra ny
2. not subject to ::
tsy manaiky
3. not liable to ::
tsy mendrika ny
4. unsusceptible to ::
unsusceptible ny
5. not vulnerable to ::
tsy mora
6. protected from ::
voaro amin'ny
7. safe from ::
soa aman-tsara avy
8. secure against ::
fiarovana manohitra
9. not in danger of ::
tsy-doza ny
10. impervious to ::
impervious ny
11. invulnerable to ::
invulnerable ny
12. unaffected by ::
Different Forms
autoimmune, immune
Word Example from TV Shows
Mine has a fully developed immune system.

Mine has a fully developed IMMUNE system.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8

Damn you, woman.
Are you immune to pain?

Damn you, woman. Are you IMMUNE to pain?

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 9

Ours doesn't need an immune system

Ours doesn't need an IMMUNE system

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8

There's this kid in Copenhagen,
he has no immune system.

There's this kid in Copenhagen, he has no IMMUNE system.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 16

Some people are immune
to good advice.

Some people are IMMUNE to good advice.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 11

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