tr.v. en·root·ed, en·root·ing, en·roots
To establish firmly by or as if by roots; implant.
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vb (tr; usually passive)
1. (Horticulture) to establish (plants) by fixing their roots in the earth
2. to fix firmly, implant, or embed: to enroot an idea in the mind.
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1. to fix by the root.
2. to attach or place securely; implant deeply.
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Past participle: enrooted
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