imbed imbed  /ɪm ˈbɛd/


  • (v) fix or set securely or deeply



  • I look for things people have already changed and hacked because I appreciate the care imbed in their work.



  1. "There was one recommendation that gave me the willies, to be blunt," said retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey. "The notion that in a year you can pull most of the combat brigades out ...... and imbed 20,000 or more advisers (in Iraqi army units)...
    on Dec 12, 2006 By: Barry McCaffrey Source: Capitol Hill Blue

  2. Walsh said Diageo was only interested if the plans brought something "new" to the table, adding: "Public funds should go into something that is sustainable rather than to try to imbed inefficiency in an existing system."
    on Aug 27, 2009 By: Paul Walsh Source:

  3. "I'm really excited about that because the first album was made in the middle of the country, so I'm now looking at making an album in London. I think the city will always find its way under the door of the studio and imbed itself in what you're...
    on Sep 25, 2006 By: KT Tunstall Source:

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