implanted implanted  /ɪm ˈplæn tɪd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held

Usage(s):

  1. It has shipped 7,000 chips worldwide and figures about 2,000 have been implanted.
  2. Medical guidelines limit the practice to one or two implanted embryos at most.
  3. She also explained that six embryos were implanted in each of the IVF procedures that resulted in her previous six children.

News

  1. Three-year-old Charlotte boy hears for the first time

    A microchip implanted in his brain helps process and recognize sound which travels through tubes to his ear.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: WTOC 11 Savannah

  2. Brain stem implant helps boy hear father for first time

    Grayson Clamp was born deaf, but he is able to hear after doctors in Charlotte implanted a microchip into his brain to compute sound. Unlike a cochlear implant, which goes on the hearing nerve, Grayson's implant goes right on the brain stem.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: KING5 Seattle

  3. Health, Not Age, Affects Benefits of Implanted Heart Device: Study

    Title: Health, Not Age, Affects Benefits of Implanted Heart Device: Study Category: Health News Created: 6/17/2013 4:35:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 6/18/2013 12:00:00 AM
    on June 19, 2013     Source: MedicineNet.com

Quotes

  1. "I went from everyday scraping-it-out to Chuck on a show called Chuck," Levi said. "Getting this show was like Chuck getting government secrets implanted in his brain. You just kind of fear it and embrace it."
    on Nov 4, 2007 By: Zachary Levi Source: Akron Beacon Journal

  2. "We didn't implement a flawed strategy, we implanted a strategy that worked," Paulson argued.
    on Nov 18, 2008 By: Henry Paulson Source: Trading Markets (press release)

  3. "They have implanted this new philosophy, a new touch system, not only long balls, so that is good for English football," said Capello. "Liverpool have never had a player like Torres. He is playing phenomenally well. He could be one of the...
    on Apr 25, 2008 By: Fabio Capello Source: guardian.co.uk

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