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trans·plant

 (trăns-plănt′)
v. trans·plant·ed, trans·plant·ing, trans·plants
v.tr.
1. To uproot and replant (a growing plant).
2. To transfer from one place or residence to another; resettle or relocate: residents were transplanted to the suburbs during the massive reconstruction project.
3. Medicine To transfer (tissue, a body structure, or an organ) from one body to another body or from one part of a body to another part.
v.intr.
To be capable of being transplanted: plants that transplant well.
n. (trăns′plănt′)
1.
a. The act or process of transplanting something.
b. Medicine An operation in which an organ, body part, or other tissue is transplanted: a corneal transplant.
2. Something that is transplanted, especially:
a. A plant that has been uprooted and replanted in another place.
b. Medicine An organ, body part, or other tissue that has been transplanted, as from one person to another.
3. A person who has resettled in a different place.

[Middle English transplaunten, from Old French transplanter, from Late Latin trānsplantāre : Latin trāns, trans- + Latin plantāre, to plant; see plat- in Indo-European roots.]

trans·plant′a·ble adj.
trans′plan·ta′tion n.
trans·plant′er n.

transplant

vb
1. (Botany) (tr) to remove or transfer (esp a plant) from one place to another
2. (intr) to be capable of being transplanted
3. (Surgery) surgery to transfer (an organ or tissue) from one part of the body to another or from one person or animal to another during a grafting or transplant operation
n
(Surgery) surgery
a. the procedure involved in such a transfer
b. the organ or tissue transplanted
transˈplantable adj
ˌtransplanˈtation n
transˈplanter n

trans•plant

(v. trænsˈplænt, -ˈplɑnt; n. ˈtrænsˌplænt, -ˌplɑnt)

v.t.
1. to remove (a plant) from one place and plant it in another.
2. to transfer (an organ, tissue, etc.) from one part of the body to another or from one person or animal to another.
3. to move from one place to another.
4. to bring from one country, region, etc., to another for settlement; relocate.
v.i.
5. to undergo or accept transplanting.
n.
6. the act or process of transplanting.
7. a plant, organ, person, etc., that has been transplanted.
[1400–50; < Late Latin trānsplantāre= Latin trāns- trans- + plantāre to plant]
trans•plant′a•ble, adj.
trans`plan•ta′tion, n.
trans•plant′er, n.

trans·plant

(trăns′plănt′)
Noun
1. A plant that has been uprooted and replanted.
2. An organ or tissue of the body that has been transferred from one person or body part to another.
Verb (trăns-plănt′)
1. To uproot and replant a growing plant.
2. To transfer tissue or an organ from one body or body part to another.

transplant


Past participle: transplanted
Gerund: transplanting

Imperative
transplant
transplant
Present
I transplant
you transplant
he/she/it transplants
we transplant
you transplant
they transplant
Preterite
I transplanted
you transplanted
he/she/it transplanted
we transplanted
you transplanted
they transplanted
Present Continuous
I am transplanting
you are transplanting
he/she/it is transplanting
we are transplanting
you are transplanting
they are transplanting
Present Perfect
I have transplanted
you have transplanted
he/she/it has transplanted
we have transplanted
you have transplanted
they have transplanted
Past Continuous
I was transplanting
you were transplanting
he/she/it was transplanting
we were transplanting
you were transplanting
they were transplanting
Past Perfect
I had transplanted
you had transplanted
he/she/it had transplanted
we had transplanted
you had transplanted
they had transplanted
Future
I will transplant
you will transplant
he/she/it will transplant
we will transplant
you will transplant
they will transplant
Future Perfect
I will have transplanted
you will have transplanted
he/she/it will have transplanted
we will have transplanted
you will have transplanted
they will have transplanted
Future Continuous
I will be transplanting
you will be transplanting
he/she/it will be transplanting
we will be transplanting
you will be transplanting
they will be transplanting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been transplanting
you have been transplanting
he/she/it has been transplanting
we have been transplanting
you have been transplanting
they have been transplanting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been transplanting
you will have been transplanting
he/she/it will have been transplanting
we will have been transplanting
you will have been transplanting
they will have been transplanting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been transplanting
you had been transplanting
he/she/it had been transplanting
we had been transplanting
you had been transplanting
they had been transplanting
Conditional
I would transplant
you would transplant
he/she/it would transplant
we would transplant
you would transplant
they would transplant
Past Conditional
I would have transplanted
you would have transplanted
he/she/it would have transplanted
we would have transplanted
you would have transplanted
they would have transplanted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.transplant - (surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipienttransplant - (surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient; in some cases the patient can be both donor and recipient
animal tissue - the tissue in the bodies of animals
autograft, autoplasty - tissue that is taken from one site and grafted to another site on the same person; "skin from his thigh replaced the burned skin on his arms"
allograft, homograft - tissue or organ transplanted from a donor of the same species but different genetic makeup; recipient's immune system must be suppressed to prevent rejection of the graft
heterograft, xenograft - tissue from an animal of one species used as a temporary graft (as in cases of severe burns) on an individual of another species
surgery - the branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures; "he is professor of surgery at the Harvard Medical School"
2.transplant - an operation moving an organ from one organism (the donor) to another (the recipient)transplant - an operation moving an organ from one organism (the donor) to another (the recipient); "he had a kidney transplant"; "the long-term results of cardiac transplantation are now excellent"; "a child had a multiple organ transplant two months ago"
surgical operation, surgical procedure, surgical process, surgery, operation - a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; "they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available"; "he died while undergoing surgery"
corneal graft, corneal transplant, keratoplasty - a surgical procedure in which part or all of a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by healthy corneal tissue from a donor
xenotransplant, xenotransplantation - a surgical procedure in which tissue or whole organs are transfered from one species to another species
3.transplant - the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another locationtransplant - the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location; "the transplant did not flower until the second year"; "too frequent transplanting is not good for families"; "she returned to Alabama because she could not bear transplantation"
movement - the act of changing the location of something; "the movement of cargo onto the vessel"
Verb1.transplant - lift and reset in another soil or situationtransplant - lift and reset in another soil or situation; "Transplant the young rice plants"
displace - cause to move, usually with force or pressure; "the refugees were displaced by the war"
transplant - be transplantable; "These delicate plants do not transplant easily"
2.transplant - be transplantabletransplant - be transplantable; "These delicate plants do not transplant easily"
transplant, transfer - lift and reset in another soil or situation; "Transplant the young rice plants"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
3.transplant - place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient
infix, insert, introduce, enter - put or introduce into something; "insert a picture into the text"
4.transplant - transfer from one place or period to anothertransplant - transfer from one place or period to another; "The ancient Greek story was transplanted into Modern America"
shift - move from one setting or context to another; "shift the emphasis"; "shift one's attention"

transplant

verb
1. implant, transfer, graft The operation to transplant a kidney is now fairly routine.
2. transfer, take, bring, carry, remove, transport, shift, convey, fetch, displace, relocate, uproot Marriage had transplanted her from London to Manchester.
3. replant, relocate, uproot, repot Seed it directly rather than having to transplant seeedlings.
Translations
زَرْعُ الَأعْضَاءعُضْو مَزروععَمَلِيَّة زَرْع أعْضاءيُزْرِعُ في مكانٍ آخر
transplantacetransplantáttransplantovatpřesadit
transplantationtransplantereomplante
elinsiirto
presađivanje
átültetátültetett szervszervátültetés
græîaí-/ágræîsla, líffæraflutningurumplanta
移植
이식
persodintas organas/audinys/augalastransplantacija
pārstādīšanapārstādīttransplantācijatransplantāts
transplantácia
presadekpresaditi
transplantation
การปลูกถ่ายอวัยวะ
çıkarıp başka yere dikmekdoku aşılamaknakledilmiş organorgan nakletmeorgan nakletmek
sự cấy ghép

transplant

A. [trænsˈplɑːnt] VT (Bot, Med) → trasplantar
B. [ˈtrænsplɑːnt] N (Med) → trasplante m
she had a heart transplantle hicieron un trasplante de corazón

transplant

[trænsˈplɑːnt]
vt
[+ heart, kidney] → transplanter
[+ seedlings] → repiquer
(= move) [+ person] → transplanter
[ˈtrænsplɑːnt] n
[heart, kidney] → transplantation f heart transplant, kidney transplant

transplant

vt
(Med) → verpflanzen, transplantieren (spec)
(fig) peopleverpflanzen; his wealth transplanted him into a new worldsein Reichtum versetzte ihn in eine neue Welt
n (= operation)Verpflanzung f, → Transplantation f; (= organ)Transplantat nt, → transplantiertes or verpflanztes Organ; to have a transplantsich einer Organverpflanzung unterziehen; transplant medicineTransplantationsmedizin f

transplant

[vb trænsˈplɑːnt; n ˈtrænsˌplɑːnt]
1. vt (also Med) → trapiantare
2. n (Med) → trapianto
to have a heart transplant → subire un trapianto cardiaco

transplant

(trӕnsˈplaːnt) verb
1. to remove (an organ of the body) and put it into another person or animal. Doctors are able to transplant kidneys.
2. to remove (skin) and put it on another part of the body.
3. to plant in another place. We transplanted the rose-bush (into the back garden).
(ˈtransplaːnt) noun
1. an operation in which an organ or skin is transplanted. He had to have a kidney transplant.
2. an organ, skin, or a plant that is transplanted. The transplant was rejected by the surrounding tissue.

transplant

زَرْعُ الَأعْضَاء transplantace transplantation Transplantation μεταμόσχευση trasplante elinsiirto greffe presađivanje trapianto 移植 이식 transplantatie transplantasjon przeszczep transplante пересадка органа или ткани transplantation การปลูกถ่ายอวัยวะ transplantasyon sự cấy ghép 移植

trans·plant

n. trasplante.
1. acto de transferir un órgano o tejido de un donante a un recipiente, o de una parte del cuerpo a otra para sustituir una parte enferma o restituir un órgano a su función normal;
2. parte artificial o natural que se usa como reemplazo;
v. transplantar.

transplant

n trasplante m; bone marrow — trasplante de médula ósea; hair — trasplante capilar or de pelo; heart — trasplante cardíaco or de corazón; kidney — trasplante renal or de riñón; liver — trasplante hepático or de hígado; lung — trasplante pulmonar or de pulmón; organ — trasplante de órgano( s); renal — trasplante renal or de riñón; vt trasplantar
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Sire," replied Queen of Beauty, "the old lady who took care of me in my childhood was an accomplished magician, and she taught me seventy rules of her art, by means of which I could, in the twinkling of an eye, transplant your capital into the middle of the ocean.
My father did not live to see his words come true; but on his death-bed he bade me transplant them here, and to look after them with the greatest care, which I accordingly did.
You begin to see that it is a possible thing to transplant tissue from one part of an animal to another, or from one animal to another; to alter its chemical reactions and methods of growth; to modify the articulations of its limbs; and, indeed, to change it in its most intimate structure.
Meantime, I feel in myself a strong repugnance to fix the hour which will uproot my sole olive branch, and transplant it far from me; and, when I speak to Frances on the subject, I am heard with a kind of patient pain, as though I alluded to some fearful operation, at which her nature shudders, but from which her fortitude will not permit her to recoil.
As to the pickaxes and different tools which were Nicholl's especial choice; as to the sacks of different kinds of grain and shrubs which Michel Ardan hoped to transplant into Selenite ground, they were stowed away in the upper part of the projectile.
Hence perhaps it is, that there are many plants in common to the two countries but with respect to the trees of Tierra del Fuego, even attempts made to transplant them have failed.
Data submission and outcome requirements for re-approval of transplant center
In these cases, the payer may defer to the patient selection criteria of the individual transplant center.
Last year, organ transplants saved 16,000 American lives, says Last Swasey, education coordinator for the New York Regional Transplant Program.
SAN FRANCISCO -- On Valentine's Day, two couples will undergo a paired kidney donation transplant at California Pacific Medical Center, thanks to a new computer program called Matchmaker.
After a transplant, the insulin-making pancreas cells from cadavers take up residence in the liver and start producing insulin.
Juan Alejos, medical director of the pediatric heart transplant program at the Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA, said Ferre's heart is starving for blood.