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English definition of “inject”

inject

verb [T] (SOMETHING NEW)    /ɪnˈdʒekt/
to introduce something new that is necessary or helpful to a situation or process: A large amount of money will have to be injected into the company if it is to survive. I tried to inject a little humour into the meeting.Causing things to happen
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