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Here a solution of the drug is made up which is then injected using a syringe. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)The glue wraps itself around the drug molecules and the mixture is injected into the body. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was a bold move and injected new life into his team. The Sun (2016)It has a wealthy chairman who one would hope will inject funds for new players. The Sun (2010)But the cash injected is not new bank notes. The Sun (2009)She injected a new lease of life into all of us because of the warmth she gives out. The Sun (2009)The band can be tightened or loosened by injecting or removing fluid from a balloon on its inside surface. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is not the only time he attempts to inject humour into an episode that must still provide unwanted memories. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Be optimistic and inject more humour. The Sun (2016)The fluid is injected by a gravity pump, once all the blood is removed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Two years ago a further 25 million was injected into the business via a share issue. Times, Sunday Times (2008)People injected 10.4 billion into their properties in the quarter. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I did not have anything injected in my body. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I always tried to avert arguments and inject humour. The Sun (2009)The alternative is a girth boost, where fat from elsewhere in the body is injected to add width. The Sun (2014)Coal is a key part of the solution, not least for investors injecting billions of dollars into projects. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I was put on a drip for ten hours to inject my body with some of the nutrients it needed. The Sun (2013)Beacon has until March 5 to produce a restructuring plan and inject new equity. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Hence the string of measures - some would say panic measures - to try to inject new life into the economy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Government paid a higher price because it wanted to inject 12 billion of extra capital to shore up the stricken bank. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The pellets, so tiny they are not visible to the naked eye, are contained in a fluid that is injected into the tumour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: inject /ɪnˈdʒɛkt/ 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.
- American English: inject
- Arabic: يَحْقِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: injetar
- Chinese: 注入
- Croatian: ubrizgati
- Czech: vstříknout injekci
- 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
- European Portuguese: injectar
- Romanian: a injecta
- Russian: впрыскивать
- Spanish: inyectar
- Swedish: injicera
- Thai: ฉีด
- Turkish: enjekte etmek
- Ukrainian: вводити
- Vietnamese: tiêm
Definition of inject from the Collins English Dictionary
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