inject has definitions from the fields of medicine,food
1
[ verb ] (medicine) give an injection to

Synonyms

shoot

Examples

"We injected the glucose into the patient's vein"

Used in print

(M. Yokoyama et al., "Chemical and serological...)

The anti human sera used were prepared by injecting whole human serum into rabbits .

(Richard F. McLaughlin, et al., "A study of the...)

In criticism of the latter 's views , his conclusions were based upon dog lung injection studies in which all_of the vascular channels were first filled with a solution under pressure and then were injected with various sized colored particles designed to stop at the arteriolar level .

Our own studies in which bronchial_artery pulmonary_artery anastomoses were demonstrated , were accomplished by injecting the bronchial_artery first with no pressure on the pulmonary_artery or vein , and then by injecting the pulmonary_artery and vein afterwards .

Our own studies in which bronchial_artery pulmonary_artery anastomoses were demonstrated , were accomplished by injecting the bronchial_artery first with no pressure on the pulmonary_artery or vein , and then by injecting the pulmonary_artery and vein afterwards .

2
[ verb ] to introduce (a new aspect or element)

Examples

"He injected new life into the performance"

Used in print

(The Christian Science Monitor,...)

He injected more vitality into the score than it has revealed in many years .

Related terms

add

3
[ verb ] (food) feed intravenously

Related terms

feed

4
[ verb ] take by injection

Examples

"inject heroin"

Related terms

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5
[ verb ] force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing

Synonyms

shoot

Examples

"inject hydrogen into the balloon"

Related terms

insert

6
[ verb ] to insert between other elements

Examples

: "She interjected clever remarks."

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