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Spanish translation of “impregnate”

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impregnate

verb /imˈpreɡneit/
to make a substance or liquid spread completely through something; saturate
impregnar
The ribbon is made from a good quality cloth impregnated with ink that can last for many months depending upon the usage.
(formal) to make a woman or female animal pregnant
fecundar
An African elephant in Vienna Zoo has been impregnated using frozen sperm from a male living in the wild.
impregnation noun
fecundación
Translations of “impregnate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 使吸收, 使(固體)吸收(液體), 浸漬…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使吸收, 使(固体)吸收(液体), 浸渍…
(Definition of impregnate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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