Definition of 'injection'
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There are stark variants in performance trust by trust that are not explained by cash injections. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We share the view of the manager that western economies face a tough time when the cash injection from quantitative easing runs out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our roads, rail and housing need an injection of cash to boost growth. The Sun (2016)It is part of a wider 500million cash injection into the area. The Sun (2016)Alternative execution methods have been tried in recent years after European companies cut off the supply of drugs used in lethal injections. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All agree that until there is a cash injection, basketball in Britain will be punching below its weight. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But large injections of government cash cannot always provide a panacea. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This would make the injection process much quicker. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So why not continue the injection of new money into the economy through quantitative easing? Times, Sunday Times (2010)But doctors administered the injection and then failed to monitor him properly after surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Patients such as diabetics who need daily injections will benefit. The Sun (2014)This cash injection reduces the cost of borrowing and boosts asset prices to support spending. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He left and the firm had to be rescued with an emergency injection of funds. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The doctor might have given her an insulin injection or something. The Sun (2013)He came within five days of execution by lethal injection before he was freed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But the sudden injection of money has caused deformities of its own. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Only daily injections of insulin can preserve the health of those affected. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When she was little her left hand was like a fist but the injections have helped her to open it up. The Sun (2011)The fuel injection has been improved. The Sun (2008)What about a little injection moulding? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Doctors use cortisone injections which help. The Sun (2008)Currently, banks have to ask host governments for cash injections. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When people need medical care, they go to a local doctor for an injection. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Almost 300,000 investors are signed up to view the business plans of ventures seeking a cash injection. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With jobs disappearing in similar businesses, the prospects of another opening in injection moulding are slim. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Get the crimson or yellow if you really want an injection of something vivid, but don't plump for both. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'injection'
British English: injection /ɪnˈdʒɛkʃən/ NOUN
If you have an injection, someone puts a medicine into your body using a needle and a syringe.
It must be given by injection, usually twice daily.
- American English: injection
- Arabic: حَقْنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: injeção
- Chinese: 注射
- Croatian: injekcija
- Czech: injekce
- Danish: indsprøjtning
- Dutch: injectie
- European Spanish: inyección
- Finnish: ruiske
- French: injection
- German: Injektion
- Greek: ένεση
- Italian: iniezione
- Japanese: 注射
- Korean: 주사 주사를 놓다
- Norwegian: injeksjon
- Polish: zastrzyk
- European Portuguese: injeção
- Romanian: injecție
- Russian: инъекция
- Spanish: inyección
- Swedish: spruta
- Thai: การฉีดยา
- Turkish: enjeksiyon
- Ukrainian: ін'єкція
- Vietnamese: sự tiêm thuốc
Definition of injection from the Collins English Dictionary
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