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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimplantim‧plant1 /ɪmˈplɑːnt $ ɪmˈplænt/ verb  1 START TO HAPPEN, EXIST ETCCAUSE[transitive] to strongly fix an idea, feeling, attitude etc in someone’s mind or characterimplant something in something A deep sense of patriotism had been implanted in him by his father.2 MH[transitive] to put something into someone’s body by performing a medical operation Surgeons successfully implanted an artificial hip.implant something in/into something A donor egg fertilised by her husband’s sperm will be implanted in her womb.3 [intransitive] medical if an egg or embryo implants, it begins to develop normally The fertilized egg implants and becomes a foetus.implantation /ˌɪmplɑːnˈteɪʃən $ -plæn-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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implantThe patient ends up not knowing how to differentiate between what are her own thoughts, and those which have been implanted.This would implant an electronic smart card in cars' engine-management systems, to monitor the quantity of polluting emissions.A rush of blood went to Rosheen's head as the infection he had implanted did its work.The eggs were removed and injected with sperm, and the fertilized eggs were implanted in her uterus.Most people need to read something several times before it is implanted in their memory.Be honest about any prejudices that might be implanted in your mind.Dr. DeVries implanted the artificial heart in Clark in 1982.