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embedverb [T]

(-dd-) ( US also imbed) uk   us   /ɪmˈbed/ IT
to include text, sound, images, video, etc. in a computer file, email message, or on a website: embed sth in sth When you upload a video, you get a code to embed it in your site.
[usually passive] to put a computer or piece of electronic equipment inside a product in order to control the way it operates: be embedded in/into sth Microprocessors are embedded into products such as cars, fridges, traffic lights, and industrial equipment.
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Translations of “embed”
in Spanish clavar, hincar, incrustar…
in Vietnamese gắn vào…
in Malaysian tertanam…
in Thai ฝัง…
in French enfoncer…
in German eingraben…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把…牢牢嵌入(或插入、埋入)…
in Indonesian menanamkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…牢牢嵌入(或插入、埋入)…
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