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- v. Present participle of transplant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of removing and resetting, as a plant; transplantation.
- n. That which is transplanted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location
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At some point we will be successful in transplanting islet cells without anti-rejection drugs at all.
Once “in-game terrorists” succeeded in transplanting it to the major population cities such as Orgrimmar, capital for the Horde, the sheer numbers of players in the area resulted in a sweeping spread to everyone.
I console myself with the knowledge that we will have to come back here to dig up some of our perennials we are transplanting from the garden here to the new place, and I can sneak off to the woods and forage some ramps for us to take home.
Thomas was successful in transplanting bone marrow cells from one individual to another.
That was called transplanting yourself, I thought, and it could be as necessary with people as with other sorts of growing things.
In 1905 I succeeded with Guthrie in transplanting segments of the jugular veins of a dog on to the carotid artery.
The lad found out that a good trowel costs at least 50 cents although a smaller one called a transplanting trowel may be had for 15 cents; cast steel rake, 50 cents
All the rest of this day was spent in transplanting Asters from boxes into the beds all over the garden, edging nearly every bed with them, so that when the fleeting glory of Poppies and other earlier annuals is gone there will still be beautiful color to gladden our eyes late in the summer, quite into the autumn days.
People should be interested in transplanting the process of peace and reconciliation, overcoming the constant interruptions by “irritants” --- nice euphemism there, Mr President, considering who’s on the panel with you.
I might well have killed two red lettuce seedlings in transplanting.