Sensitize

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  1. to render sensitive. Photography. to render (a film or the like) sensitive to light or other forms of radiant energy. Immunology. to render sensitive to an antigenic substance. verb (used without object), sen·si·tized, sen·si·tiz·ing.
  2. Translate Sensitize. See authoritative translations of Sensitize in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
  3. sen·si·tize (sĕn′sĭ-tīz′) v. sen·si·tized, sen·si·tiz·ing, sen·si·tiz·es dakhmicchartpucversguavesocodureled.xyzinfo 1. To make sensitive: "Solitude had sensitized him to the roughness of other people" (Jeffrey Eugenides). 2. To make (a film or plate) sensitive to light, especially to light of a specific wavelength. 3. To make hypersensitive or .
  4. 1. verb If you sensitize people to a particular problem or situation, you make them aware of it.
  5. sensitize [sb] to [sth], also UK: sensitise [sb] to [sth] vtr + prep (make [sb] more sensitive to [sth]) sensibiliser [qqn] à [qch] vtr + prép: The experience sensitized the children to the reality of the world. L'expérience a sensibilisé les enfants à la réalité du monde. sensitize [sth].
  6. Awareness-raising measures to inform and sensitize populations should therefore complement education efforts.: Por consiguiente, los esfuerzos que se hagan con fines educativos deberán complementarse con actividades de concienciación dirigidas a informar y sensibilizar a la población.: Efforts had also been made to train and sensitize migration officials on the human rights of women.
  7. 1. immunization. 2. exposure to allergen that results in the development of hypersensitivity. 3. the coating of erythrocytes with antibody so that they are subject to lysis by complement in the presence of homologous antigen, the first stage of a complement fixation test. autoerythrocyte sensitization see autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome.
  8. sensitize | definition: make sensitive or aware | synonyms: sensitise, change, sensify, modify, sensibilise, alter, sensibilize| antonyms: desensitize, depress.
  9. Mar 14,  · sensitize (third-person singular simple present sensitizes, present participle sensitizing, simple past and past participle sensitized) To make (someone or something) sensitive or responsive to certain stimuli. , Michael A. Kaliner, Anaphylaxis, Marianne Frieri, Brett Kettelhut (editors), Food Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reactions.

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