jab in

jab someone in something

to poke someone in a particular location on the body. Fred jabbed Tom in the side. He jabbed himself in the hand.
See also: jab
References in classic literature ?
I gave him a good jab in the back with my umbrella when he came near me, and it sobered him up until they got the casket out of the house.
Even if people have had a flu jab in previous years they will need another one this year.
Dr Matthew Snape, from the Oxford Vaccine Group at the University of Oxford, who led the study, said the findings were also likely to apply to children who were younger than six to eight when they received the jab in 1999-2000.
Those aged 12 to 13 (Year 8) will receive the jab in a programme costing up to pounds 100 million a year in England.
Community pharmacy chain Lloyds pharmacy also said it would not be offering the jab in Wales as did private health service provider Bupa.
97 to their food bill Asda customers can have a flu jab in the stores' pharmacies.
Dr Adam Finn, a paediatrician at Sheffield Children's Hospital, is combining the new jab in trials with measles, mumps and rubella vaccines.
His widow Val, 49, said: "We all had the polio jab in the 1950s.
My eldest two children had the jab in 1993 and 1997 (before the controversy began).
At the start of the month 26,974 people - 52 per cent of those eligible - had claimed their free jab in Coventry.
Since 1995, the uptake of the MMR jab in Merseyside has fallen almost 5pc, to 85.
The Japanese software quality plan, first announced by the JAB in April, would have required software companies to submit their work to a quality review panel under its ISO 9000 Software Quality Registration scheme.