- v. (使)插入；(使)嵌入；深留脑中
- vt. 把…嵌入,埋入 fix sth firmly and deeply in a mass of surrounding matter
fix or set securely or deeply;
"He planted a knee in the back of his opponent"
"The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
attach to, as a journalist to a military unit when reporting on a war;
"The young reporter was embedded with the Third Division"
- The harpoon struck but did not embed.
- You can embed URLs in your comment lines.
- The scene was embedded in his memory.
- The idea bacame embedded in his mind.
- They embedded the pilings deep into the subsoil.
- He couldn't move the knife, it was firmly embedded.
- embed in( v.+prep. )
使牢牢嵌入 fix sth firmly in sth
embed oneself/sth in sth
He has embedded his name in the minds of millions of people.
The magic sword was embedded in the stone.
The colour and shape of every stone embedded in the footpath.出自： H. Read