inject ( injects 3rd person present) ( injecting present participle) ( injected past tense & past participle )
1 verb To inject someone with a substance such as a medicine means to put it into their body using a device with a needle called a syringe.
His son was injected with strong drugs... be V-ed with n
The technique consists of injecting healthy cells into the weakened muscles... V n into n
He needs to inject himself once a month. V pron-refl, Also V n, V n with n
2 verb If you inject a new, exciting, or interesting quality into a situation, you add it.
She kept trying to inject a little fun into their relationship... V n into n
3 verb If you inject money or resources into a business or organization, you provide more money or resources for it. (BUSINESS)
He has injected £5.6 billion into the health service. V n into n
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
1 inoculate, jab (informal) shoot (informal) vaccinate
2 bring in, infuse, insert, instil, interject, introduce
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