Impregnate

• (v. i.) To become pregnant. • (a.) Impregnated; made prolific. • (v. t.) To infuse particles of another substance into; to communicate the quality of another to; to cause to be filled, imbued, mixed, or furnished (with something); as, to impregnate India rubber with sulphur; clothing impregnated with contagion; rock impregnated wit...
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impregnate

verb fill, as with a certain quality; `The heavy traffic tinctures the air with carbon monoxide`
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impregnate

knock up verb make pregnant; `He impregnated his wife again`
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Impregnate

Im·preg'nate (ĭm*prĕg'nāt) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Impregnated (-na*tĕd); present participle & verbal noun Impregnating (-na*tĭng).] [ Late Latin impraegnatus , past particip...
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Impregnate

Im·preg'nate (-nat) adjective [ Late Latin impraegnatus , past participle ] Impregnated; made prolific. « The scorching ray Here pierceth not, impregnate with disease.» Byron.
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impregnate

impregnate 1. To incorporate a chemical into a porous material; such as, wood or cloth, especially by soaking it thoroughly with a liquid. 2. To permeate something with a particular aura or tone, or to make something contain a particular quality: 'Her speech was impregnated with references to health and how to maintain it.' 3. To make a woman or f...
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impregnate

Impregnated; made prolific. 'The scorching ray Here pierceth not, impregnate with disease.' (Byron) ... Origin: LL. Impraegnatus, p. P. ... 1. To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; to render prolific; to get with child or young. ... 2. <biology> To come into contact with (an ovum or egg) so as to cause impregnation; to fertilize; to fecunda...
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Impregnate

To saturate the voids and interstices of a reinforcement with a resin.
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impregnate

Type: Term Pronunciation: im-preg′nāt Definitions: 1. To fecundate or fertilize an oocyte; to cause to conceive. 2. To diffuse or permeate with another substance.
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impregnate

[v] - fill, as with a certain quality 2. [v] - infuse or fill completely 3. [v] - fertilize and cause to grow 4. [v] - make pregnant
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