adjective see transplant I

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  • transplantable — [ trɑ̃splɑ̃tabl ] adj. • 1600; de transplanter ♦ Qui peut être transplanté. ● transplantable adjectif Qui peut être transplanté. transplantable [tʀɑ̃splɑ̃tabl] adj. ÉTYM. 1600; …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • transplantable — trans·plant·able plant ə bəl adj capable of being transplanted <transplantable tumors> trans·plant·abil·i·ty .plant ə bil ət ē n, pl ties …   Medical dictionary

  • transplantable — transplant ► VERB 1) transfer to another place or situation. 2) take (living tissue or an organ) and implant it in another part of the body or in another body. ► NOUN 1) an operation in which an organ or tissue is transplanted. 2) a person or… …   English terms dictionary

  • transplantable — See transplant. * * * …   Universalium

  • transplantable — adjective able to be transplanted …   Wiktionary

  • transplantable — (tran splan ta bl ) adj. Qui peut être transplanté. HISTORIQUE    XVIe s. •   Les plantes des jardins transplantables sont les oignons, pourreaux, artichaux, O. DE SERRES 522 …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • transplantable — trans·plant·able …   English syllables

  • transplantable — adjective capable of being transplanted (Freq. 1) • Similar to: ↑mobile …   Useful english dictionary

  • Transplantable organs and tissues — For general article on organ transplantation, see Organ transplant. Transplantable organs and tissues may both refer to organs and tissues that are relatively often or routinely transplanted (here main organs and tissues ), as well as relatively… …   Wikipedia

  • transplant — transplantable, adj. transplantation, n. transplanter, n. v. /trans plant , plahnt /; n. /trans plant , plahnt /, v.t. 1. to remove (a plant) from one place and plant it in another. 2. Surg. to transfer (an organ, tissue, etc.) from one part of… …   Universalium

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