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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of embed.
- adj. Part of; firmly, or securely surrounded; lodged solidly into; deep-rooted.
- adj. Partially buried in concrete or planted in earth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. enclosed or fixed firmly in a surrounding mass; surrounded on all sides.
- adj. inserted as an integral part of a surrounding whole.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. enclosed firmly in a surrounding mass
- adj. inserted as an integral part of a surrounding whole
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The name embedded on the plastic in no way resembled the name ‘Steven,’ but George resisted the urge to question him about it.
Claire wishes she had an illness with her name embedded in it, a claim so poetically tragic.
I like to use the term embedded more than internal, since it makes explicit the fact that the DSL piggybacks the infrastructure of an existing language (aka the host language of the DSL).
A term embedded with meaning, a title built on strict principles and rituals that still somehow added up to a very vague reality.
The short version is that certain embedded media made changes to recent entries.
I am a software engineer in embedded systems with over ten years of experience.
No, as I already stated, I work in embedded systems, which nowadays means vxWorks from WindRiver, who does not compete with Microsoft.
The technology to realize composite material with SMA wire embedded is known, and the integration of discrete devices as in the case of the shaft is technologically easy.
Wednesday, February 18 2009 if LTE has limited coverage, how can you use it in embedded devices?
Structured notes are financial products that appear to be fixed income instruments, but contain embedded options and do not necessarily reflect the risk of the issuing credit.