Chinese translation of 'implant'
- [embryo, tissue, cells]
- [idea, principle]
植入物(zhírùwù) (个(個), gè)
'implant' in Other Languages
British English: implant VERB
To implant something into a person's body means to put it there, usually by means of a medical operation.
Doctors say they have implanted an artificial heart into a 46-year-old woman.
British English: implant NOUN
An implant is something that is implanted into a person's body.
A woman can choose to have breast implants.
Translation of implant from the Collins English to Chinese Dictionary