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Verb
/ˈkwôrənˌtēn/,
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quarantines, plural;
  1. Impose such isolation on (a person, animal, or place); put in quarantine

Noun
  1. A state, period, or place of isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere or been exposed to infectious or contagious disease are placed
    • - many animals die in quarantine

  1. enforced isolation of patients suffering from a contagious disease in order to prevent the spread of disease
  2. place into enforced isolation, as for medical reasons; "My dog was quarantined before he could live in England"
  3. Quarantine is voluntary or compulsory isolation, typically to contain the spread of something considered dangerous, often but not always disease. The word comes from the Italian (seventeenth century Venetian) quarantena, meaning forty day period.
  4. Quarantine is a 2008 American horror film directed by John Erick Dowdle and starring Jennifer Carpenter, Jay Hernandez, Columbus Short, Steve Harris, Rade Šerbedžija, Greg Germann, Bernard White, and Johnathon Schaech. ...
  5. Quarantine is a novel by Jim Crace. It was the winner of the 1997 Whitbread Novel Award, and was shortlisted for the Booker Prize for Fiction the same year.
  6. Quarantine is a hard science fiction novel by Greg Egan. Within a detective fiction framework, the novel explores the consequences of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics (or rather of its consciousness causes collapse variant), which Egan acknowledges was chosen more for its ...
  7. Quarantine is an English drum and bass record label owned by DJ Fierce.
  8. Season four of Stargate Atlantis, an American-Canadian television series, began airing on September 28, 2007 on the US-American Sci Fi Channel. The fourth season concluded after 20 episodes on March 7, 2008 on Sci Fi. The series was developed by Brad Wright and Robert C. ...
  9. A desert in which Christ fasted for 40 days according to the Bible; A grace period of 40 days during which a widow has the right to remain in her dead husband's home, regardless of the inheritance; To retain in obligatory isolation or separation, as a sanitary measure to prevent the spread of ...
  10. "Quarantines" is an expression frequently used in the grants of indulgences, and ...
  11. Quarantines have been established around infested areas to prevent accidental spread of ALB by people.
  12. (Quarantining) is manifest to the extent that events within the imagined or pretended episode are taken to have effects only within a relevantly circumscribed domain. ...
  13. To dream of being in quarantine, denotes that you will be placed in a disagreeable position by the malicious intriguing of enemies.
  14. When a virus scanning software finds a virus on your computer, it will quarantine (or isolate) the virus files. Quarantining will prevent the virus from spreading but you will still need to delete the file.
  15. Separation of people who have been exposed to a disease, but are not currently sick. Quarantine can also help to slow the spread of disease to others and like isolation can be required by government officials.
  16. The first phase in the National Archives’ digital preservation process that checks the transfer for content accuracy, data integrity and viruses. An operational term for the first stage in a digital preservation process where checking for content accuracy and virus occurs.
  17. One of several statuses that a .eu domain name can have. For more information on the quarantine status, see the WHOIS status page.
  18. Removal of a compromised system from the network. This can be done physically (by removing the wire connecting the system to the network) or logically (by blocking traffic to and from the affected device).
  19. Placing humans, animals or plants in an area that prevents any diseases they might be carrying getting into the environment.
  20. The condition of separating and isolating someone who has been exposed to a disease and may be infected with it from the rest of the population
  21. Quarantine is a period of forty days following the cancellation of a .nl domain name, during which the name is available for re-registration only by its ‘old’ registrant. In other words, no one else can snap it up and start using it the moment it is cancelled. ...
  22. isolation of a patient carrying a dangerous contagious disease. While in definition quarantine can be voluntary or not, the term is most often associated with enforced isolation. The practice began in the 14th century to protect coastal cities from plague epidemics. ...
  23. Refers to the confinement or isolation of animals which may be carrying an infectious disease, usually for a specified period of time, to allow for testing.
  24. A restraint on importation of certain animals or plants from areas where pests or contagious diseases are endemic — or isolation of animals or plants suspected of carrying pests or diseases — to prevent the spread of those pests and diseases. ...
  25. Mail that has been blocked because of suspicious content, viruses or forbidden attachments.