fixed firmly and deeply in a surrounding solid mass
Membrane lipids are arranged in the form of a bilayer, but the bilayer is interrupted
by embedded proteins.
He was in hospital with five bullets embedded in his body.
There is glass embedded in the cut.
The thorn was embedded in the cat's paw.
The rudder was embedded in mud.
The fossils are embedded in hard sandstones.
a deeply embedded feeling of guilt
This agreement will be embedded in a state treaty to be signed soon.
The cult of youth is embedded in our society.
Racism is deeply embedded in our culture.
Many embedded reporters in Iraq and Afghanistan became little more than public relations
Western journalists are all embedded with the attacking US forces.
Children soon begin to create remarkably complex sentences, with embedded clauses,
tag questions, and sentences combined with conjunctions like 'and' and 'but'.
The company markets its technology for embedded applications directly to potential
The smartcard uses an embedded 8-bit microprocessor running at 5 MHz.
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