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To insert information (an object) that was created in one document into another document (most often the two documents were created with different applications). Embedded objects can be edited from within the destination document as long as the user has the source program or another capable of editing the object installed on a computer. To embed, t … ...

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Implies the inclusion of elements and data into a computer file necessary to maintain or change the elements when used remotely.

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• (v. t.) To lay as in a bed; to lay in surrounding matter; to bed; as, to embed a thing in clay, mortar, or sand.
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verb attach to, as a journalist to a military unit when reporting on a war; `The young reporter was embedded with the Third Division`
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Em·bed' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Embedded ; present participle & verbal noun Embedding .] [ Prefix em- + bed . Confer Imbed .] To lay as in a bed; to lay in surrounding matter; to bed; as, to
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— A term meaning to place a specific piece of content from one web page inside of another one. This is often done using an embed code (a few lines of HTML and/or Javascript) that you can copy or paste. This is a common way for video content to be spread around the Internet and is increasingly being used for interactive components. (Courtesy ...
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embedded journalist assigned a slot within a combat unit.
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fix or set securely or deeply
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To surround a pathological or histological specimen with a firm and sometimes hard medium such as paraffin, wax, celloidin, or a resin, in order to make possible the cutting of thin sections for microscopic examination. ... Synonym: imbed. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: em-bed′ Definitions: 1. To surround a pathologic or histologic specimen with a firm and sometimes hard medium such as paraffin, wax, celloidin, or a resin, to make possible the cutting of thin sections for microscopic examination. Synonyms: imbed
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When adding an element from one document to another document. Example
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