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Another word for inject

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Verb
  1. To put or set into, between, or among another or other things

      1. To put into action:
      2. To put or set into, between, or among:
      3. To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
      1. To insert between other elements; interpose:
      2. To say or mention suddenly, often in interrupting the remarks of another:
      3. To assert (oneself) in a situation in which one has not previously been involved.
      1. To insert something foreign into:
      2. To insert strips or pieces of fat, bacon, etc. in (meat to be cooked)
      3. Bloat or embellish (something) by including (often minor and extraneous) details at regular intervals.
      1. To insert between or among others; specif., to insert (a word or words) in a text
      2. To create a continuous function that incorporates (a finite set of data), such as creating a curve that passes through a fixed set of points or a surface through a fixed set of curves.
      3. (Intransitive) To introduce (something) between other things; especially to insert words into a text.
      1. To exert (influence or authority) in order to interfere or intervene:
      2. To come between things; assume an intervening position.
      3. To introduce or interject (a comment, for example) during discourse or a conversation.
      1. To provide (someone) with a beginning knowledge or first experience of something:
      2. To bring in and establish in a new place or environment:
      3. To put inside or into; insert or inject:
    See also:

    put in

Another word for inject

Verb
  1. To introduce with a syringe

      1. To inject a serum, vaccine, etc. into (a living organism), esp. in order to create immunity
      2. To put or implant microorganisms into (soil, a culture medium, etc.) to develop a culture, stimulate growth, fix nitrogen, etc.
      3. To introduce a serum, vaccine, or antigenic substance into the body of a person or animal, especially to produce or boost immunity to a specific disease.
      1. To practice vaccination
      2. To perform vaccinations or a vaccination.
      3. To inoculate with a vaccine in order to produce immunity to an infectious disease, such as diphtheria or typhus.
      1. (Games, Sports) To hit, kick, throw, drive, or propel (a ball, marble, etc.) toward the objective
      2. To hit, wound, kill, or destroy with a bullet, arrow, etc.
      3. (--- Slang) To give, send, or hand quickly:
      1. To poke or thrust abruptly:
      2. To poke or thrust, as with a sharp instrument
      3. To punch (someone) with short straight blows.
      1. To inject a drug intravenously.
      2. (Slang) To inject (a narcotic drug) directly into a large vein
      3. To inject (an illegal or addictive drug, such as heroin) directly into a major vein.
      1. (Slang) To inject (a narcotic drug) subcutaneously
      2. To inject (a drug) beneath the skin rather than into a vein.
    See also:

    vaccinate

  2. To include

      1. To put into action:
      2. To put or set into, between, or among:
      3. To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
      1. To throw in between; interrupt with; insert; interpose
      2. To say or mention suddenly, often in interrupting the remarks of another:
      3. To assert (oneself) in a situation in which one has not previously been involved.
      1. To make preliminary remarks about; preface:
      2. To start; open; begin
      3. To make acquainted; present (to another or others or to one another)
      1. To fertilize (an ovum, for example).
      2. To fill or saturate; cause to be permeated
      3. To indoctrinate or imbue (with ideas, feelings, principles, etc.)
      1. (Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body
      2. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
      3. To become attached to and embedded in the maternal uterine lining. Used of a fertilized egg.
      1. To permeate or inspire (with principles, ideas, emotions, etc.)
      2. To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade:
      3. To fill with color; dye; tinge
      1. To put in drop by drop
      2. To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop.
      3. To put (an idea, principle, feeling, etc.) in or into little by little; impart gradually
      1. (Math.) To estimate (a missing functional value) by taking a weighted average of known functional values at neighboring points, as in estimating a specific, missing intermediate value on a table, esp. a logarithmic or trigonometric table
      2. (Intransitive) To introduce (something) between other things; especially to insert words into a text.
      3. To create a continuous function that incorporates (a finite set of data), such as creating a curve that passes through a fixed set of points or a surface through a fixed set of curves.
      1. To introduce (a solution) into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.
      2. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
      3. To fill or cause to be filled with something:
      1. To join or unite (something) to something else so as to increase the quantity, number, size, etc. or change the total effect
      2. To join or combine (numbers) through addition:
      3. To constitute an addition:
    See also:

    include