Translation of implant in Spanish:


inculcar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪmˈplɑːnt//ɪmˈplænt/

transitive verb

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    (ideal/idea) inculcar
    • It's never too early to implant the concept of original aspect ratio to our children.
    • You also have devices that can be used to implant ideas through subliminal suggestion.
    • I want to say that although you cannot be possessed by demons they can implant thoughts in your mind through suggestion.
    • But he has spent decades implanting the idea that he is an icon of his people and the two are inseparable.
    • With a thought, Jerry could implant a suggestion into other people's minds.
    • I inhaled his cologne, and tried to implant in my mind what it felt like to hold him.
    • So, after a lot of trial and error, I finally got the spell right to implant the idea that he'd like to go on holiday.
    • The earlier events in the day had probably implanted wrong ideas in his head.
    • So my foot can be implanted in the minds of every little kid reading a textbook!
    • He implanted thoughts and memories that made you doubt each other.
    • The concept of corporate culture is firmly implanted in the lexicon of management.
    • Someone who procures another to commit an offence by threats or by implanting a false belief may have substantial causal influence.
    • A suggestion is implanted while people are in an ‘Alpha state’ to give more hours, work harder, and forgive transgressions such as no bonuses.
    • The idea being implanted in the voter's brain is simple.
    • Riding my bike would clear my mind of all the impure thoughts implanted by corporate America and unleash unbridled creativity.
    • She implanted a suggestion in the woman's head that she had never seen her and that she had passed out due to the fact that her blood sugar was low.
    • It is the work of eliminating the old idea residing in the mind of people and implanting in it an advanced idea suited to an ideal society of mankind.
    • Growing student populations were used to implant a sentiment of urgency.
    • They all laughed at Eddy's face implanted in their minds.
    • Others suspect that the ‘memories’ were implanted during interviews, and are unrelated to real events.
  • 2

    (embryo/pacemaker/hair) implantar
    • He is the only Oregon surgeon now implanting the disc and will train other surgeons on the procedure.
    • Tests with monkeys who had electrodes implanted in their brains showed the animals could control a robotic arm using thoughts.
    • So far in the United States, however, most of the chips have been implanted into the company's own employees.
    • It can block the surge of hormones that cause of ovulation and it can also thicken the mucous and change the uterine lining which makes it inhospitable for a fertilized egg to implant.
    • One in 80 pregnancies is ectopic, when the fertilized egg implants outside the cavity of the womb.
    • All three of these birth control methods clearly prevent fertilised embryos from implanting in the uterus (thus terminating a pregnancy).
    • In nature, not all of these successfully implant and are carried to term.
    • Thus, in an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilized egg has implanted itself outside the uterus.
    • Surgeons implanted the device until a donor organ could be found.
    • In around one in 100,000 pregnancies it falls out of the fallopian tube and can implant anywhere in the abdomen.
    • This stops any eggs that are fertilised from successfully implanting on to the wall of the womb.
    • The images are processed and sent to electrodes implanted in the patient's visual cortex.
    • They are implanted in patients that are not responding to medication.
    • Most would agree it begins when the fertilised egg implants in the woman's uterus.
    • Some assisted conception techniques carry an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy, where the fertilised egg implants in the fallopian tubes instead of the uterus.
    • Fibroids in the uterine lining may prevent the fertilized egg from implanting; a fibroid blocking the opening of the fallopian tube can keep the egg from being fertilized in the first place.
    • The males and females encounter each other briefly in the spring to mate, but the fertilized egg does not implant in the uterus until 10 or 11 months later.
    • If fertilization has occurred, they prevent the egg from implanting into the uterus - the medical definition of pregnancy.
    • But he warns there will be legal problems if we eventually try to have the devices surgically implanted.
    • They're generated by a device implanted in the chest, with wires running up the neck.
    • The chips are implanted into cattle so farmers can determine which cattle are theirs.
    • A common treatment for irregular hearts is to implant an electronic pacemaker.
    • Why would we not implant a pacemaker in order to prevent further episodes?
    • Once the egg is fertilized it may implant in the woman's uterus, where it should continue to develop and grow until birth.
    • This is when the fertilized egg implants outside the uterus, most often in the fallopian tube.
    • A pacemaker is a small, battery-powered device that is implanted permanently into the body.
    • If it does not implant, then (fertilized or not) that egg cell is released from the body during a woman's normal menstruation.
    • Currently, about 250,000 electronic pacemakers are implanted in patients annually in the United States.
    • One company already sells a chip that, implanted subcutaneously, stores a patient's medical history.
    • Between five and seven days after ovulation, the fertilised egg implants into the wall of the uterus and produces root-like outgrowths called villi.
    • When Liu introduced an embryo to the artificial uterine lining, it successfully implanted.
    • The cells were then implanted under the skin of mice where they produced collagen and other materials consistent with cartilage.
    • Someday soon, money may even exist on a chip implanted under your skin.
    • If the sow has not eaten enough to sustain herself over the hibernation, the egg will not implant.
    • In addition, pellets containing the male hormone testosterone were implanted in the abdomen.
    • Of the 339 eggs transferred by the research team, 90 managed to implant properly in the uterus, and 15 offspring were born.
    • The short, yet strong burst of hormones provided by the pills interferes with the hormone pattern necessary for a pregnancy to occur by preventing an egg from implanting in the uterus.
    • The monitor is implanted in the chest and records the heart's rhythm.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (embryo) implantarse


  • 1

    implante masculine