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transplant

US [ˌtrænsˈplænt]
UK [ˌtrænsˈplɑːnt]
  • v.移栽;移植(器官、皮肤等);使迁移;使移居
  • n.移植器官;(器官等的)移植
  • Web移种;移植法;移植物
Simple Present:transplants  Present Participle:transplanting  Past Tense:transplanted  
transplant
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v.
1.
~ sth (from sb/sth) (into sb/sth)
移植(器官、皮肤等)to take an organ, skin, etc. from one person, animal, part of the body, etc. and put it into or onto another
Surgeons have successfully transplanted a liver into a four-year-old boy.
外科医生成功地给一个四岁的男孩移植了肝脏。
Patients often reject transplanted organs.
患者通常排斥移植的器官。
2.
~ sth
移栽,移种,移植(植物)to move a growing plant and plant it somewhere else
3.
~ sb/sth (from…) (to…)
使迁移;使移居to move sb/sth to a different place or environment
Japanese production methods have been transplanted into some British factories.
日本的生产方法已被引进到一些英国的工厂。
n.
1.
[c][u]
(器官等的)移植a medical operation in which a damaged organ, etc. is replaced with one from another person
to have a heart transplant
接受心脏移植
a transplant operation
移植手术
a shortage of suitable kidneys for transplant
适合移植的肾脏的短缺
2.
[c]
移植器官an organ, etc. that is used in a transplant operation
There is always a chance that the body will reject the transplant.
身体总是有排斥移植器官的可能。

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