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implant

US ['ɪm.plænt]
UK ['ɪmplɑːnt]
  • n.植入物
  • v.灌输;(在思想上)生根;将(人造器官等)置入
  • Web注入;移植;植牙
Past Participle:implanted  Present Participle:implanting  Simple Present:implants  
implant
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth (in/into sth)
灌输,注入(观念、看法等);(在思想上)生根to fix an idea, attitude, etc. firmly in sb's mind
Prejudices can easily become implanted in the mind.
偏见容易在头脑中扎根。
2.
[t]
~ sth (in/into sth)
将(人造器官等)置入;(通常指通过手术)将…植入to put sth (usually sth artificial) into a part of the body for medical purposes, usually by means of an operation
an electrode implanted into the brain
植入大脑中的电极
3.
[i]
~ (in/into sth)
被移植到(人或动物体内发育)to become fixed inside the body of a person or an animal so that it can start to develop
n.
1.
(植入人体中的)移植物,植入物something that is put into a person's body in a medical operation
silicone breast implants
硅酮乳房填充物

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