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transplant

Translation of transplant in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

/trænsˈplænt; trænsˈplɑːnt; trɑːn-/
  • (in medicine, gardening) trasplantar
    Example sentences
    • The seedlings can be left in these pots until planted into the flowerbeds, or can be transplanted into hanging baskets or window boxes when large enough to handle.
    • Mid winter is perfect for repotting your indoor plants since many plants need to be transplanted into larger containers every two to three years.
    • Flowering bulbs can be transplanted, if done carefully, into decorative containers.
    Example sentences
    • Many different tissues can be transplanted such as whole organs like the heart, or cells as in bone marrow transplantation.
    • Kidneys were the first organs to be successfully transplanted.
    • Since there was no artificial liver or heart equivalent to the artificial kidney, if these transplanted organs did not function immediately, death was inevitable.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

/trænsˈplænt; trænsˈplɑːnt; trɑːn-/
  • (be planted again) a shrub that transplants easily un arbusto fácil de trasplantar

noun/nombre

/ˈtrænsplænt; ˈtrænsplɑːnt; trɑːn-/
  • 1.1 (operation) trasplante (masculine) he's had a heart/kidney transplant le han hecho un trasplante de corazón/riñón hair transplant implante (masculine) capilar or de cabello (before noun/delante del nombre) transplant operation operación (feminine) de trasplante transplant patient[ paciente que ha sido o va a ser sometido a un trasplante ] 1.2 (organ) trasplante (masculine)

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