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Spanish translation of “transplant”

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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).
Translations of “transplant”
in French transplanter, greffer…
in German transplantieren, umpflanzen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 移植,移栽, (使)移居…
in Chinese (Simplified) 移植,移栽, (使)移居…
(Definition of transplant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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