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transitive verb 1. (to give a vaccine) Algunos padres deciden no vacunar a sus hijos a pesar del riesgo. Some parents decide not to vaccinate their children despite the risks.
pronominal verb 2. (to be given a vaccine) A los 14 años, mi hija se vacunó contra el virus del papiloma humano. When my daughter was 14, she got vaccinated against the human papillomavirus. Cuando viajé a África, tuve que vacunarme contra la fiebre amarilla. When I traveled to Africa, I had to be vaccinated against yellow fever. vacunar
1 (Med) to vaccinate; contra against 2 (ante adversidad, dolor) (preparar) to prepare; (habituar) to inure; (prevenir) to forearm
vacunarse to be o get vaccinated
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