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en·root

 (ĕn-ro͞ot′, -ro͝ot′)
tr.v. en·root·ed, en·root·ing, en·roots
To establish firmly by or as if by roots; implant.
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enroot

(ɪnˈruːt)
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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en•root

(ɛnˈrut, -ˈrʊt)

v.t.
1. to fix by the root.
2. to attach or place securely; implant deeply.
[1480–90]
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enroot


Past participle: enrooted
Gerund: enrooting

Imperative
enroot
enroot
Present
I enroot
you enroot
he/she/it enroots
we enroot
you enroot
they enroot
Preterite
I enrooted
you enrooted
he/she/it enrooted
we enrooted
you enrooted
they enrooted
Present Continuous
I am enrooting
you are enrooting
he/she/it is enrooting
we are enrooting
you are enrooting
they are enrooting
Present Perfect
I have enrooted
you have enrooted
he/she/it has enrooted
we have enrooted
you have enrooted
they have enrooted
Past Continuous
I was enrooting
you were enrooting
he/she/it was enrooting
we were enrooting
you were enrooting
they were enrooting
Past Perfect
I had enrooted
you had enrooted
he/she/it had enrooted
we had enrooted
you had enrooted
they had enrooted
Future
I will enroot
you will enroot
he/she/it will enroot
we will enroot
you will enroot
they will enroot
Future Perfect
I will have enrooted
you will have enrooted
he/she/it will have enrooted
we will have enrooted
you will have enrooted
they will have enrooted
Future Continuous
I will be enrooting
you will be enrooting
he/she/it will be enrooting
we will be enrooting
you will be enrooting
they will be enrooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enrooting
you have been enrooting
he/she/it has been enrooting
we have been enrooting
you have been enrooting
they have been enrooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enrooting
you will have been enrooting
he/she/it will have been enrooting
we will have been enrooting
you will have been enrooting
they will have been enrooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enrooting
you had been enrooting
he/she/it had been enrooting
we had been enrooting
you had been enrooting
they had been enrooting
Conditional
I would enroot
you would enroot
he/she/it would enroot
we would enroot
you would enroot
they would enroot
Past Conditional
I would have enrooted
you would have enrooted
he/she/it would have enrooted
we would have enrooted
you would have enrooted
they would have enrooted
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