Inject - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- to insert between other elements (syn: come in, interject, interpose, put in, throw in)
She told a few jokes to inject a little humor into her speech.
We need to inject some life into this party.
This drug works best if it is injected directly into the bloodstream.
The drug is injected directly into the base of the spine.
I have to inject myself with insulin.
Traditional handbag makers are injecting more fun into their designs.
A market building can inject new life into an area.
They need to inject more money into sports facilities.
We injected the glucose into the patient's vein
He injected new life into the performance
...an inapt but well-meaning attempt to inject some humor into the proceedings...
present participle: injecting
past tense: injected
past participle: injected
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