Hindi translation of 'inject'
inject /ɪnˈdʒekt इनˈजेक्ट्/
Word forms: injects, injecting, injected
1. transitive verb
To inject someone with a substance such as a medicine, or to inject it into them, means to use a needle and a syringe to put it into their body.
She was injected with painkillers.
They injected healthy cells into the weakened muscles.
2. transitive verb
If you inject a new, exciting, or interesting quality into a situation, you add it.
She kept trying to inject a little fun into their relationship.
3. transitive verb
If you inject money or resources into a business or organization, you provide more money or resources for it.
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Example Sentences Including 'inject'
If there's a fire we can inject her then throw her out the window.SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
Does that suggest to you somebody who would hesitate to inject poison into the woman you once loved?The Endless Game
Could you please come round and inject him with something so he gets his brains back?Samson Superslug
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'inject' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَحْقِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: injetar
- Chinese: 注入
- Croatian: ubrizgati
- Czech: vstříknout vstřikovatinjekci
- Danish: indsprøjte
- Dutch: inspuiten
- European Spanish: inyectar
- Finnish: antaa ruiske
- French: injecter
- German: injizieren
- Greek: εγχέω
- Italian: iniettare
- Japanese: 注射する
- Korean: 주사하다 약물
- Norwegian: injisere
- Polish: wstrzyknąć wstrzykiwać
- Portuguese: injectar
- Romanian: a injecta
- Russian: впрыскивать
- Spanish: inyectar
- Swedish: injicera
- Thai: ฉีด
- Turkish: enjekte etmek
- Ukrainian: вводити ввести
- Vietnamese: tiêm
Translation of inject from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary