inject definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To force or drive (a fluid) into some thing: inject gasoline into an engine cylinder; inject atmosphere into a liquid mixture.
    • Medicine To present (a drug or vaccine, for example) into a body part, particularly in the shape of a syringe.
    • To treat in the shape of shot: inserted the patient with digitalis.
    • To introduce into conversation or consideration: tried to inject a note of laughter into the negotiations.
    • to position into an orbit, trajectory, or flow.
    • To throw-in; to dart in; to make in
    • Fig.: To put; to supply; to recommend; to instill.
    • To throw or put; -- with on.
    • To fill (a vessel, cavity, or muscle) with a fluid or other substance.
    • to incorporate in; to put; to interject; ; to inject humor into a tense scenario.
  • verb:
    • To push or pump (one thing, specifically fluids) into a cavity or passage.
    • To introduce (something) instantly or violently.
    • To administer an injection to (somebody), specifically of medication or drugs.
    • To just take or perhaps administered anything in the shape of injection, particularly medication or medicines.
    • To present (rule) into a current program or its storage, usually without tight integration and quite often through a security vulnerability.
    • power or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing
    • to put between other elements
    • to present (a brand new aspect or element)
    • feed intravenously
    • simply take by injection
    • give an injection to
  • others:
    • To throw in; cause to pass in by impulsion or driving force, as a fluid into a passage or hole: as, to inject medication by way of a syringe; to inject cold-water into a steam-condenser.
    • To treat by injection; charge with an impelled fluid.
    • Figuratively, to present arbitrarily or wrongly; insert out-of-place or unseasonably; lug in: as, to inject a polemical argument into a prayer.
    • To throw or throw in basic.

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