Translation of "transplant" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb uk /trænˈsplɑːnt/ us /-ˈsplænt/

to move something, or to be moved, from one place or person to another

The plants should be grown indoors until spring, when they can be transplanted outside.
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noun uk /trænˈsplɑːnt/ us /-ˈsplænt/

A a medical operation in which a new organ is put into someone’s body an operation in which a new organ is put into someone’s body

a liver/kidney transplant
transplant surgery
He had a heart transplant (= doctors gave him a different, healthier heart instead of his old one).

A something, especially a new organ, that has been transplanted

His body accepted/rejected the transplant.

(Translation of “transplant” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


verb /trӕnsˈplaːnt/

( medical) to remove (an organ of the body) and put it into another person or animal

Doctors are able to transplant kidneys.

( medical) to remove (skin) and put it on another part of the body.

trasplantar, injertar

to plant in another place

We transplanted the rose bush (to the back garden).

(Translation of “transplant” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)