- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imbed.
“The current stock price already imbeds any recovery from a commodity-led rebound as well as a robust debt restructuring," said Julien Dumoulin-Smith , analyst for UBS in New York.”
““New electronic painting machine imbeds the paint dots”…..hmmmmmm, kind of sounds like a tattoo gun!”
““New electronic painting machine imbeds the paint dots through the fabric””
“It will be out there a lot, with the McCain camp hoping it imbeds into certain people's minds in certain areas of the country that it could, and likely will, play to.”
“Community site imbeds tool for planned and spontaneous ride sharing via real time web interaction w/precinct community filter.”
“The roller drops seeds onto the soil surface and imbeds them in the imprint surfaces.”
“Conficker.c imbeds itself deep in the computer where it is difficult to track.”
“Every repetition imbeds that principle more deeply in our law and thinking and expands it to new purposes.”
“Thanks, as you can tell I am not to quick on the youtube object imbeds.”
“DeBolt said Conficker C imbeds itself deep in the computer where it is difficult to track.”
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