Definition of 'immune'
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We've become immune to horror because of the news. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Women seem to be immune. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has clearly infected those on the outside looking in but now, it seems, no one is immune. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It means a distorted reaction of the immune system. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Football is not immune to the danger. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Are larger churches more immune to disease? Christianity Today (2000)Yet no one is immune to emotion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some global trends will probably remain immune from the oil boom. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Will my body become immune to the tablets? The Sun (2012)They seem to be immune to the problems we face in our own lives. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is thought to be caused by a faulty immune system reaction to a currently unidentified trigger. The Sun (2008)So no one is immune to allergies. The Sun (2011)Can you remember where you were when you first heard of acquired immune deficiency syndrome? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It remained immune to my erratic eating habits. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We have become almost immune to swearing. The Sun (2016)Some people seem immune to any downturn. Times, Sunday Times (2009)No one will be immune from the pain. The Sun (2008)It is because the body becomes immune to too much activity and stops burning off extra calories. The Sun (2016)No woman seemed immune from his charms. Times, Sunday Times (2007)No one was immune from the chaos. Times, Sunday Times (2012)IT'S only a myth that just dogs carry rabies and that people who have lived overseas are immune to some diseases. The Sun (2010)It's caused by an abnormal reaction in your immune system. The Sun (2008)It has also signed an agreement with an Italian charity researching rare childhood immune diseases. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The encouraging lesson though was that the British remain entirely immune to this kind of treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Here's a formal double that seems immune to all diseases and is beautifully fragrant. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'immune'
British English: immune ADJECTIVE
If you are immune to a particular disease, you cannot be affected by it.
This blood test will show whether or not you're immune to the disease.
Definition of immune from the Collins English Dictionary
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