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setting in solidly, as in to the ground:…
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setting in solidly, as in to the ground: implant fence posts.
to determine securely, as with your head or consciousness; instill: habits that were implanted at the beginning of childhood.
Medicine To put or embed (an object or a tool) surgically: implant a drug pill; implant a pacemaker.
drug To graft or place (a tissue) in the body.
To grow, or infix, for the true purpose of growth; to fix profoundly; to instill; to inculate; to introduce.
Embryology To become attached with and embedded within the uterine liner. Applied of a fertilized egg.
One thing implanted, particularly a surgically implanted structure or device: a dental implant; a subcutaneous implant.
something surgically implanted in the body, like a tissue graft or prosthesis, especially breast implants.
a prosthesis put forever in muscle
to correct firmly or ready firmly or deeply.
To place (something) surgically to the human anatomy.
Of an embryo, to become attached to and embedded in the uterus.
placed securely inside head
fix or set securely or profoundly
become attached to and embedded in womb
To plant, set, fix, or lodge; cause to simply take root or develop an important union: within: as, to implant living muscle from one area of the human anatomy in another; to implant sound concepts in the head.
To cause to be supplied or enriched; imbue or endow: with with.