implanted : Definition, Usages, News and More

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im plan tid

  • v  fix or set securely or deeply
    The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum
  • v  become attached to and embedded in the uterus
    The egg fertilized in vitro implanted in the uterus of the birth mother with no further complications
  • v  put firmly in the mind
  • s  (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held
    implanted convictions

  • It has shipped 7,000 chips worldwide and figures about 2,000 have been implanted.
  • Medical guidelines limit the practice to one or two implanted embryos at most.
  • Electrodes were implanted in the subgenual cingulate region of the volunteers' brains, and as soon as the device was turned on, the authors wrote, "All patients spontaneously .
News & Articles


  • Zachary Levi in Akron Beacon Journal
    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."
  • Henry Paulson in Trading Markets (press release)
    We didn't implement a flawed strategy, we implanted a strategy that worked,Paulson argued.
  • Fabio Capello in
    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...

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