Translation of immunity in Spanish:

immunity

Pronunciation: /ɪˈmjuːnəti/

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  • 1.1 [Med] inmunidad (f)
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    • Women who develop immunity to the infection before pregnancy are not in danger of transmitting it to their babies.
    • Experiencing tetanus does not itself produce immunity to a second infection.
    • They also may have lower immunity to infection than older family members, plus increased viral shedding and longer duration of illness.
    1.2 (exemption) diplomatic immunity inmunidad (f) diplomática to claim diplomatic immunity alegar* inmunidad diplomática parliamentary immunity inmunidad (f) parlamentaria he was offered immunity from prosecution provided that he cooperated le ofrecieron no seguirle proceso si cooperaba

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