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in·ject

 (ĭn-jĕkt′)
tr.v. in·ject·ed, in·ject·ing, in·jects
1. To force or drive (a fluid) into something: inject fuel into an engine cylinder; inject air into a liquid mixture.
2. Medicine
a. To introduce (a drug or vaccine, for example) into a body part, especially by means of a syringe.
b. To treat by means of injection: injected the patient with digitalis.
3. To introduce into conversation or consideration: tried to inject a note of humor into the negotiations.
4. To place into circulation: inject money into the economy.
5. To place into an orbit or trajectory: inject a satellite into geosynchronous orbit.
6. Physics To cause (a beam of particles, for example) to strike a target.

[Latin inicere, iniect-, to throw in : in-, in; see in-2 + iacere, to throw; see yē- in Indo-European roots.]

in·jec′tor n.
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inject

(ɪnˈdʒɛkt)
vb (tr)
1. (Medicine) med to introduce (a fluid) into (the body of a person or animal) by means of a syringe or similar instrument
2. (foll by into) to introduce (a new aspect or element): to inject humour into a scene.
3. to interject (a comment, idea, etc)
4. (Astronautics) to place (a rocket, satellite, etc) in orbit
[C17: from Latin injicere to throw in, from jacere to throw]
inˈjectable adj
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in•ject

(ɪnˈdʒɛkt)

v.t.
1. to force (a fluid) into a passage, cavity, or tissue.
2. to introduce (something new or different): to inject humor into a situation.
3. to interject (a remark, suggestion, etc.), as into conversation.
[1590–1600; < Latin injectus, past participle of in(j)icere to throw in, instill =in- in-2 + jacere to throw]
in•ject′a•ble, adj.
in•jec′tor, n.
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inject


Past participle: injected
Gerund: injecting

Imperative
inject
inject
Present
I inject
you inject
he/she/it injects
we inject
you inject
they inject
Preterite
I injected
you injected
he/she/it injected
we injected
you injected
they injected
Present Continuous
I am injecting
you are injecting
he/she/it is injecting
we are injecting
you are injecting
they are injecting
Present Perfect
I have injected
you have injected
he/she/it has injected
we have injected
you have injected
they have injected
Past Continuous
I was injecting
you were injecting
he/she/it was injecting
we were injecting
you were injecting
they were injecting
Past Perfect
I had injected
you had injected
he/she/it had injected
we had injected
you had injected
they had injected
Future
I will inject
you will inject
he/she/it will inject
we will inject
you will inject
they will inject
Future Perfect
I will have injected
you will have injected
he/she/it will have injected
we will have injected
you will have injected
they will have injected
Future Continuous
I will be injecting
you will be injecting
he/she/it will be injecting
we will be injecting
you will be injecting
they will be injecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been injecting
you have been injecting
he/she/it has been injecting
we have been injecting
you have been injecting
they have been injecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been injecting
you will have been injecting
he/she/it will have been injecting
we will have been injecting
you will have been injecting
they will have been injecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been injecting
you had been injecting
he/she/it had been injecting
we had been injecting
you had been injecting
they had been injecting
Conditional
I would inject
you would inject
he/she/it would inject
we would inject
you would inject
they would inject
Past Conditional
I would have injected
you would have injected
he/she/it would have injected
we would have injected
you would have injected
they would have injected
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.inject - give an injection to; "We injected the glucose into the patient's vein"
practice of medicine, medicine - the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; "he studied medicine at Harvard"
dispense, administer - give or apply (medications)
infuse - introduce into the body through a vein, for therapeutic purposes; "Some physiologists infuses sugar solutions into the veins of animals"
vaccinate, immunise, immunize, inoculate - perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
inject, shoot - force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing; "inject hydrogen into the balloon"
2.inject - to introduce (a new aspect or element); "He injected new life into the performance"
add - make an addition (to); join or combine or unite with others; increase the quality, quantity, size or scope of; "We added two students to that dorm room"; "She added a personal note to her letter"; "Add insult to injury"; "Add some extra plates to the dinner table"
3.inject - force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing; "inject hydrogen into the balloon"
inject, shoot - give an injection to; "We injected the glucose into the patient's vein"
put in, stick in, inclose, insert, introduce, enclose - introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
4.inject - take by injection; "inject heroin"
mainline - inject into the vein; "She is mainlining heroin"
pop - take drugs, especially orally; "The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves"
do drugs, drug - use recreational drugs
5.inject - feed intravenously
feed, give - give food to; "Feed the starving children in India"; "don't give the child this tough meat"
6.inject - to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever remarks"
cut off, disrupt, interrupt, break up - make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
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inject

verb
1. vaccinate, shoot (informal), administer, jab (informal), shoot up (informal), mainline (informal), inoculate His son was injected with strong drugs.
2. introduce, bring in, insert, instil, infuse, breathe, interject She kept trying to inject a little fun into their relationship.
3. invest, put in, advance, sink, devote, lay out He has injected £5.6 billion into the health service.
4. (often with into) pump, force, send, drive, supply, push, pour The afterburners inject fuel into the hot gases emitted.
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inject

verb
To put or set into, between, or among another or other things:
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Translations
يَحْقِنيَحْقِنُ
dát injekcivstříknout
indsprøjte
antaa ruiske
ubrizgati
sprauta
注射する
주사하다
įleistiinjekcija
iešļircinātinjicēt
dať injekciu
dati injekcijovbrizgati
injicera
ฉีด
enjekte etmekiğne yapmakşırınga etmek
tiêm

inject

[ɪnˈdʒekt] VT
1. (Med) [+ medicine] → inyectar (into en) [+ person] → poner una inyección a
to inject sb with sthinyectar algo a algn
he injected her with poisonle inyectó veneno
2. (fig) to inject into [+ enthusiasm] → infundir a; [+ money, capital] → inyectar en
they've injected new life into the clubhan infundido un espíritu nuevo al club
she did her best to inject some enthusiasm into her voicehizo lo que pudo para que su voz sonara entusiasta
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inject

[ɪnˈdʒɛkt] vt
[+ liquid, substance] → injecter
to inject insulin → s'injecter de l'insuline
to inject drugs → s'injecter des drogues
to inject heroin → s'injecter de l'héroïne
to inject sth into sth → injecter qch dans qch
[+ person] → faire une piqûre à
to inject sb with sth → injecter qch à qn
(fig) [+ money] → injecter
to inject fun into sth → égayer qch
to inject money into sth → injecter de l'argent dans qch
He has injected £5.6 billion into the project → Il a injecté 5,6 milliards de livres dans le projet.
to inject new life into sth → infuser un sang nouveau à qch
proposals for injecting life into the stalled economy → des propositions visant à infuser un sang nouveau à une économie à l'arrêt
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inject

vt(ein)spritzen; drugs, heroinspritzen; gaseinblasen; (fig) commenteinwerfen; money into economypumpen; to inject somebody with something (Med) → jdm etw spritzen or injizieren; I wanted to inject some humour into my speechich wollte etwas Humor in meine Rede bringen; they are trying to inject some life into the economysie versuchen, die Wirtschaft neu zu beleben; he injected new life into the teamer brachte neues Leben in das Team
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inject

[ɪnˈdʒɛkt] vt (drug) → iniettare; (person) → fare un'iniezione a (fig) (money) to inject intoimmettere in
to inject sb with sth → iniettare qc a qn
to inject enthusiasm into sth/sb → dare una carica di entusiasmo a qc/qn
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inject

(inˈdʒekt) verb
to force (a liquid etc) into the body of (a person) by means of a needle and syringe. The doctor injected the antibiotic into her arm; He has to be injected twice daily with an antibiotic.
inˈjection (-ʃən) noun
The medicine was given by injection; She has regular injections of insulin.
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inject

يَحْقِنُ vstříknout indsprøjte injizieren εγχέω inyectar antaa ruiske injecter ubrizgati iniettare 注射する 주사하다 inspuiten injisere wstrzyknąć injectar, injetar впрыскивать injicera ฉีด enjekte etmek tiêm 注入
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in·ject

v. inyectar, acto de introducir líquidos en un tejido, vaso o cavidad por medio de un inyector.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

inject

vt inyectar, (oneself) inyectarse
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He selected from the vast mass of detail with an artist's touch, drawing pictures of life that glowed and burned with light and color, injecting movement so that his listeners surged along with him on the flood of rough eloquence, enthusiasm, and power.
Upon the uses of money, upon what one might do with a life into which one had succeeded in injecting the golden stream, he had up to his thirty-fifth year very scantily reflected.
Global prevalence of injecting drug use and sociodemographic characteristics and prevalence of HIV, HBV, and HCV in people who inject drugs: a multistage systematic review.
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A MAN accused of injecting a friend with heroin and cocaine has gone on trial charged with manslaughter.
He warned: "You can't accurately judge the angle and depth of injection and are at risk of vascular occlusion which can cause stroke, blindness and loss of skin when injecting yourself with filler."
Most infections are caused by staphylococci and other commensal gram-positive bacteria entering the body at injecting sites.