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Etymology:

vaccine +‎ -able


Adjective:

Adjective vaccinable (comparative more vaccinable, superlative most vaccinable) (medicine) Able to be vaccinated against 1996, Mark Nichter, “Vaccinations in the Third World”, in Anthropology and International Health: Asian Case Studies, page 333: The balance of resources expended to keep children under five safe from vaccinable diseases is questioned, given the meager resources expended to improve the quality of life for child survivors. (medicine) Able to be successfully vaccinated 1982, China Now, page 11:  Within a few years we had practically vaccinated the vaccinable population.


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