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graft1 British & World English

A shoot or twig inserted into a slit on the trunk or stem of a living plant, from which it receives sap

graft2 British & World English

Bribery and other corrupt practices used to secure illicit advantages or gains in politics or business

graft1 English Thesaurus

such grafts may die from lack of water

graft2 English Thesaurus

he earned success through hard graft

graft3 English Thesaurus

the new president has started a campaign against graft

bud-graft British & World English

Graft a bud from (a plant) on to another plant

graft union British & World English

The point on a plant where the graft is joined to the rootstock

skin graft British & World English

A surgical operation in which a piece of healthy skin is transplanted to a new site on a patient’s body or to a different individual

whip graft British & World English

(In horticulture) a simple graft in which both stock and scion are cut diagonally