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  1. implant:


Inglés

Traducciones detalladas de implanted de inglés a español

implanted:


Translation Matrix for implanted:

AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- deep-rooted; deep-seated; ingrained; planted

Sinónimos de "implanted":


Definiciones relacionadas de "implanted":

  1. (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held1
    • implanted convictions1

implant:

to implant verbo (implants, implanted, implanting)

  1. to implant
  2. to implant (plant)

Conjugaciones de implant:

present
  1. implant
  2. implant
  3. implants
  4. implant
  5. implant
  6. implant
simple past
  1. implanted
  2. implanted
  3. implanted
  4. implanted
  5. implanted
  6. implanted
present perfect
  1. have implanted
  2. have implanted
  3. has implanted
  4. have implanted
  5. have implanted
  6. have implanted
past continuous
  1. was implanting
  2. were implanting
  3. was implanting
  4. were implanting
  5. were implanting
  6. were implanting
future
  1. shall implant
  2. will implant
  3. will implant
  4. shall implant
  5. will implant
  6. will implant
continuous present
  1. am implanting
  2. are implanting
  3. is implanting
  4. are implanting
  5. are implanting
  6. are implanting
subjunctive
  1. be implanted
  2. be implanted
  3. be implanted
  4. be implanted
  5. be implanted
  6. be implanted
diverse
  1. implant!
  2. let's implant!
  3. implanted
  4. implanting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for implant:

VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
implantar implant; plant initiate; set; start off
injertar implant; plant graft
plantar implant; plant breed; clone; cultivate; plant
- embed; engraft; imbed; plant

Palabras relacionadas con "implant":

  • implanting, implantable

Sinónimos de "implant":


Definiciones relacionadas de "implant":

  1. a prosthesis placed permanently in tissue1
  2. put firmly in the mind1
  3. become attached to and embedded in the uterus1
    • The egg fertilized in vitro implanted in the uterus of the birth mother with no further complications1
  4. fix or set securely or deeply1
    • The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum1