impregnate

  • 21impregnate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. fertilize, fecundate, pollinate, inseminate, get in trouble (inf.), get in a family way (inf.), knock up (sl.); infuse, soak, permeate, saturate. See reproduction, insertion, mixture. II (Roget s… …

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  • 22impregnate — im|preg|nate [ ım preg,neıt ] verb transitive 1. ) FORMAL to make a woman or female animal pregnant 2. ) to make a substance such as a liquid spread all the way through something: a pad impregnated with natural oils ╾ im|preg|na|tion [ ,ımpreg… …

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  • 23impregnate — im·preg·nate || ɪmpregneɪt v. fertilize, make pregnant; fill completely, saturate, imbue adj. fertilized, pregnant; saturated …

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  • 24impregnate v — impregnable adj …

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  • 25impregnate — [ ɪmprɛgneɪt] verb 1》 (usu. be impregnated with) soak or saturate with a substance.     ↘fill with a feeling or quality. 2》 make pregnant; fertilize. Derivatives impregnation noun Origin C17 (earlier (ME) as impregnation): from late L. impregnat …

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  • 26impregnate — v. a. 1. Fecundate, make pregnant, get with child, get with young, cause to conceive. 2. Imbue, infuse, saturate, fill, tincture. 3. (Bot.) Fertilize, make prolific …

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  • 27impregnate — verb (T) 1 to make a substance spread completely through something, or to spread completely through something (+ with): The material has been impregnated with disinfectant. 2 to make a woman or female animal pregnant …

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  • 28impregnate — verb 1) a pad impregnated with natural oils Syn: infuse, soak, steep, saturate, drench; permeate, pervade, suffuse, imbue 2) the woman he had impregnated Syn: make/get pregnant, inseminate …

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  • 29impregnate — v 1. inseminate, make pregnant, get with child or young, Sl. knock up; fertilize, fructify, make fruitful, fecundate; beget, create, procreate, engender, generate. 2. permeate, spread throughout, overspread, fill, suffuse, imbue, imbrue; soak,… …

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  • 30impregnate — im·preg·nate …

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  • 31impregnate — [ˈɪmpregˌneɪt] verb [T] 1) to make a substance such as a liquid spread all the way through something 2) formal to make a woman or female animal pregnant impregnation [ˌɪmpregˈneɪʃ(ə)n] noun [U] …

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  • 32impregnate — verb (t) /ˈɪmprɛgneɪt / (say impregnayt) (impregnated, impregnating) 1. to make pregnant; get with child or young. 2. to fertilise. 3. to charge with something infused or permeating throughout; saturate. 4. to fill the interstices of with a… …

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  • 33impregnate —   Ho opiha, ho opi i …

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  • 34impregnate — v. & adj. v.tr. 1 (often foll. by with) fill or saturate. 2 (often foll. by with) imbue, fill (with feelings, moral qualities, etc.). 3 a make (a female) pregnant. b Biol. fertilize (a female reproductive cell or ovum). adj. 1 pregnant. 2 (often… …

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  • 35pre-impregnate — …

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  • 36Impregnated — Impregnate Im*preg nate ([i^]m*pr[e^]g n[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Impregnated} ( n[asl]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Impregnating} ( n[asl]*t[i^]ng).] [LL. impraegnatus, p. p. of impraegnare to impregnate, fr. L. pref. im in + praegnans pregnant …

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  • 37Impregnating — Impregnate Im*preg nate ([i^]m*pr[e^]g n[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Impregnated} ( n[asl]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Impregnating} ( n[asl]*t[i^]ng).] [LL. impraegnatus, p. p. of impraegnare to impregnate, fr. L. pref. im in + praegnans pregnant …

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  • 38impregnation — impregnate ► VERB 1) (usu. be impregnated with) soak or saturate with a substance. 2) fill with a feeling or quality. 3) make pregnant. DERIVATIVES impregnation noun. ORIGIN Latin impregnare make pregnant …

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  • 39Sperm donation — is the provision (or ‘donation’) by a man, (known as a ‘sperm donor’), of his sperm, with the intention that it be used to impregnate a woman who is not usually the man s sexual partner, in order to produce a child. A sperm donor is the natural… …

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  • 40ζωῶν — ζωή living fem gen pl (doric) ζωός alive fem gen pl ζωός alive masc/neut gen pl ζωόω impregnate pres part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic) ζωόω impregnate pres part act neut nom/voc/acc sg (doric aeolic) ζωόω impregnate pres part act masc nom sg… …

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