(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) xen (lời nhận xét...) vào câu chuyện, xen (cái gì) vào một cách vũ đoán, xen (cái gì) một cách lạc lõng
(viết tắt) của injection (trong đơn thuốc)
injects|injected|injectingɪn'dʒekt verb +give an injection to +to introduce (a new aspect or element) +force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing +take by injection +feed intravenously +to insert between other elements
1 introduce, insert, drive or force (in), shoot (in), intromit; inoculate:
The serum is injected into the upper arm. The doctor injected me with antibiotics
2 introduce, insert, imbue, instil, bring in, interject, throw in:
Can't you inject a little more enthusiasm into your work?
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb[VN] 1 ~ sth (into yourself / sb/sth) ~ yourself / sb/sth (with sth) to put a drug or other substance into a person's or an animal's body using a SYRINGE: Adrenalin was injected into the muscle. + She has been injecting herself with insulin since the age of 16. + The anaesthetic is injected locally. 2 ~ A (into B) ~ B (with A) to put a liquid into sth using a SYRINGE or similar instrument: Chemicals are injected into the fruit to reduce decay. + The fruit is injected with chemicals to reduce decay. + Foam is injected into the walls where it expands and provides insulation. 3 ~ sth (into sth) to add a particular quality to sth: His comments injected a note of humour into the proceedings. + They are hoping a change of leader will inject new energy into the movement. 4 ~ sth (into sth) to give money to an organization, a project, etc. so that it can function: They are refusing to inject any more capital into the industry.
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