There are 3 main translations of graft in Spanish

: graft1graft2graft3

graft1

injertar, v.

Pronunciation /ɡræft//ɡrɑːft/

transitive verb

Medicine Farming

  • 1

    injertar
    • For the best-tasting and fastest fruit production, you should purchase most fruit trees that are grafted onto proper root-stock.
    • If a branch grafted into a stock never grows, it is a plain evidence of its not having knit with the stock.
    • A Yoshino cherry is propagated by grafting a cutting onto another cherry trunk or by rooting small cuttings.
    • Once identified, the tops were cut from the trees and then sent to their seed farm in Vernon, BC where they were grafted onto root stock.
    • Kidney transplant, in which a functioning kidney from a donor is surgically grafted into the patient, has a good rate of success.
    • Many of the modern roses in commerce today are grafted onto these stocks.
    • Jessica underwent a second operation to graft nerve tissue from the back of her legs into her arm.
    • The new skin is then grafted back on to the patient without the danger of rejection because it has been made from their own cells.
    • Police said yesterday that she was ‘doing well’ after surgeons managed to graft skin on to 20 per cent of the burned area of her body.
    • Rose Wilt was long thought to be a suspected viral disease caused by grafting scions onto imported root stocks from the U.K., Canada and Australia.
    • To preserve the variation named varieties have to be grafted, a labour intensive business which explains the high price.
    • Remember, many hybrid modern roses are grafted onto a root stock; hence, the resulting rose may not be exactly the same as that from which you took your cuttings.
    • In roses, their spread is chiefly caused by grafting infected scions, buds and/or root stocks; although some can be vectored by parasitizing, chewing or sucking insects.
    • To get the best two-tone look, graft several scions randomly around the plant.
    • Surgeons grafted tissue from her leg to the outside of her brain for protection.

noun

Medicine Farming

  • 1

    injerto masculine

There are 3 main translations of graft in Spanish

: graft1graft2graft3

graft2

chanchullos, n.

Pronunciation /ɡrɑːft//ɡræft/

noun

informal

  • 1

    (bribery, corruption)
    chanchullos masculine informal
    • We now know the UN was an organisation steeped in corruption, graft and criminal negligence.
    • Widespread graft and influence peddling among government officials are hampering economic development.
    • Perhaps most obvious is the drag on the economy imposed by widespread and unrestrained graft and corruption.
    • She also ordered more intensive lifestyle checks on public officials as part of her campaign against graft and corruption.
    • It took several years before the legislation was drawn up and passed to put into effect a body that must tackle, without fear or favour, allegations of corruption, mismanagement and graft.
    • Public procurement laws also need urgent reform to prevent graft and corruption.
    • From oil rip offs to mail scams, the country is infamous for fraud, kickbacks and graft.
    • Aside from plunder, Estrada has also been charged with illegal use of an alias, perjury and graft and corruption, which are all bailable offenses.
    • ‘This is the world your folks and their folks have given to you, a world of graft and corruption at every level of leadership,’ he said.
    • But in six years of exposures of illicit arms deals, graft and bribery, only once has the political establishment blushed enough to take action.
    • Estrada was impeached by the House of Representatives on Nov.13 on charges that included bribery, graft and corruption.
    • Unless we have the certainty of punishment, as in other countries like America or even China, we will not improve, we will not be successful against graft and corruption.
    • For years these same people ran political life through graft and corruption.
    • Not only do the very poor have little or no monetary income, the wealthy are often able to avoid income taxes thanks to corruption and graft.
    • Opportunities for graft and corruption will multiply as well, temptations to which religious people are no more immune than anyone else.
    • Now, understand that there was no lying going on, and no graft or theft or anything else of that nature.
    • There is no reason they should have to tolerate graft and corruption in any form of public service either.
    • In the impeachment complaint, Estrada has been charged with bribery, graft and corruption, betrayal of public trust and culpable violation of the Constitution.
    • He is being tried for bribery, graft and corruption, betrayal of public trust and culpable violation of the Constitution.
    • Corruption is endemic in many societies, and it would be unfair to target Muslim societies as being uniquely prone to bribery, graft, and the private misappropriation of public funds.

There are 3 main translations of graft in Spanish

: graft1graft2graft3

graft3

Pronunciation /ɡrɑːft//ɡræft/

noun

British
informal

  • 1

    (hard work)
    it's been hard graft hubo que chambearle duro Mexico informal

intransitive verb

British
informal

  • 1

    (work hard)
    reventarse trabajando informal
    currar informal
    camellar Colombia informal
    laburar como loco River Plate slang
    chambearle duro Mexico informal
    • The 31-year-old has never set the world alight but he has grafted away in the background and is the world's 39th best player.
    • Postal workers are fed up with grafting harder and harder for a pathetically small pay packet and they have told their union they want action.
    • He had frozen his scoring shots initially in his innings and grafted hard to get into his stride.
    • To watch Waugh bat is to be reminded of a bygone era in Australian cricket, a time when they were made to graft for every run and sweat for every victory.
    • Into the wind, the home side had to graft harder for scores.
    • ‘We have grafted really hard, done overtime and achieved record amounts of business,’ she said.
    • ‘I have worked with women throughout my career and they are just as passionate about what they are doing and are prepared to graft just as much,’ Donald said.
    • Some heroic defending against the wind in the first half and hard grafting throughout the field kept the men from the Wexford border in contention with the fancied champions for three quarters of the game.
    • I was a bit disappointed with my Bs in computing because I thought I had grafted hard in that.
    • ‘They gave us a tough time but we kept grafting and ground out a result.’
    • ‘Jon has grafted really hard and has certainly deserved his chance.’