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Noun(1) a prosthesis placed permanently in tissue
Verb(1) fix or set securely or deeply(2) become attached to and embedded in the uterus(3) put firmly in the mind
(1) If it does not implant , then (fertilized or not) that egg cell is released from the body during a woman's normal menstruation.(2) With a thought, Jerry could implant a suggestion into other people's minds.(3) You also have devices that can be used to implant ideas through subliminal suggestion.(4) People with profound hearing impairment may benefit from a cochlea implant .(5) I inhaled his cologne, and tried to implant in my mind what it felt like to hold him.(6) He is profoundly deaf and uses hearing aids until he can have a cochlea implant later this year.(7) There is no way to enter or insert an implant without creating a scar.(8) Once the egg is fertilized it may implant in the woman's uterus, where it should continue to develop and grow until birth.(9) A common treatment for irregular hearts is to implant an electronic pacemaker.(10) It's never too early to implant the concept of original aspect ratio to our children.(11) It can block the surge of hormones that cause of ovulation and it can also thicken the mucous and change the uterine lining which makes it inhospitable for a fertilized egg to implant .(12) My cat needs a microchip ID implant in order to enter Japan with me.(13) The contraceptive implant slowly releases a hormone into a woman's body that inhibits ovulation.(14) He decides he needs a chin implant , lip injections, and a chemical peel.(15) The males and females encounter each other briefly in the spring to mate, but the fertilized egg does not implant in the uterus until 10 or 11 months later.(16) In around one in 100,000 pregnancies it falls out of the fallopian tube and can implant anywhere in the abdomen.
(1) breast implant :: mewnblaniad o'r fron
1. insert ::
2. instill ::
3. plant ::
4. embed ::
5. transplant ::
1. dislodge ::
2. uproot ::
Different Formsimplant, implantable, implantation, implanted, implanting, implants
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