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noun plural vax·es, vax·xes.
a vaccine or vaccination: I never got my scheduled measles vax in the 1960s because I contracted the measles first.
verb (used with object) vaxed, vax·xed.
to vaccinate: Our hospital policy is that staff must be vaxxed by December 15.
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