Translation of immune in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (not susceptible) to be immune
tosth ser* inmune aalgo he was immune to her charms era inmune a sus encantos I've had measles, so I'm immune ya he tenido el sarampión, así que estoy inmunizado she was immune to persuasion nada logró persuadirla she's not immune to doubt no está libre de que la asalte la dudaExample sentences1.2 (before noun/delante del nombre) [system/response] inmunológico immune serum suero (masculine) inmune
- So maybe I'm not completely immune to those seasonal influences either…
- We could see their love and it rubbed off on us - or at least it rubbed off on those not so opposed to the man as to be immune to such influence.
- At the same time, the hype notwithstanding, large parts of the country remain immune to media influence.
- People whose immune systems have fought the infection will then be immune to TB.
- Contracting the disease once does not render a person immune to future infections, which is why getting routine boosters is so important.
- In this way, vaccinations allow you to become immune to an infection without having the illness first.
- 2 (exempt)immune
fromsth immune from taxation con inmunidad fiscal diplomats are immune from prosecution los diplomáticos gozan de inmunidad none of us is immune from the effects of the recession a todos nos afecta la recesiónExample sentences
- Nevertheless, if the worst happened, we would not be immune from the effects of such an attack.
- Royalty are not immune from their effects, as we have seen all too clearly.
- Commercial free speech is protected, but it is not immune from regulation.
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