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English translation of 'verpflanzen'

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Word forms: verpflanzt past participle
Verb Table transitive verb
(botany, medicine) (figurative) to transplant
[Haut] to graft

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Example Sentences Including 'verpflanzen'

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Der Film zum Buch läßt nicht erkennen, was die geschätzten toskanischen Regie-Brüder Taviani dazu verlockt haben könnte, Goethes Quartett von Liebenden in ihre Heimat zu verpflanzen.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Er werde die deutsche Kultur in einen " neuen und vielversprechenden Boden " verpflanzen :
Der Spiegel
Es geht darum, meine Träume in die Realität der Leute zu verpflanzen und in diesen ihre eigene Superpower zu wecken ".
Die Tageszeitung (2000)
In unseren heißesten Träumen verpflanzen wir sowieso schon längst den Kopf John Travoltas auf den Rumpf von Kevin Costner und die Beine...
Die Tageszeitung (1998)
Nur die Universitätskrankenhäuser des Landes, in denen seit Jahren besondere Sicherheitsstandards gelten, dürfen weiterhin Knochen verpflanzen.
Die Tageszeitung (1994)

Trends of 'verpflanzen'

Used Occasionally. verpflanzen is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'verpflanzen' in Other Languages

British English: transplant VERB
If doctors transplant an organ such as a heart or a kidney, they use it to replace a patient's diseased organ.
The operation to transplant a kidney is now fairly routine.


Translation of verpflanzen from the Collins German to English
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