Inject in a sentence as a verb

You need a way to inject symbols as hash keys.

PI will commonly inject itself into the default browser's process.

So we don't benefit financially for injecting one versus the other.

I want to inject nanorobots into my body which will transform it gradually, cell by cell into an improved synthetic one.

This spins the turbine up, which is connected to a shaft with a compressor on the other end. The compressor increases the pressure of the propellents so that they can be injected into the main combustion chamber.

One way this was stopped was to argue that it was not legal for the ISP to charge you for data, then artificially inflate the size of that data by injecting ads.

Incubators typically inject more money for far less equity!

"Hello world" does not require any dependency injection whatsoever.

97% load something remotelyIf you can attack any of these you get access to a very large number of web sites and can inject arbitrary code.

Unfortunately, many prosecutors abuse their discretion, and there is no way to inject uniform sanity into our system as it currently exists.

" In this case, you can't look at the D2 community, and say, "Ah ha, I shall inject this system for extracting money, and therefore it shall be exactly like the original situation except I shall be making money.

It's necessary because the engines require very high flow rates to get the thrust they need, and that has to be at a high pressure - higher than the pressure of the combusting gases inside the combustion chamber, else you wouldn't be able to inject it!Back to the bleed-off to drive the turbine.

Inject definitions


give an injection to; "We injected the glucose into the patient's vein"

See also: shoot


to introduce (a new aspect or element); "He injected new life into the performance"


force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing; "inject hydrogen into the balloon"

See also: shoot


take by injection; "inject heroin"


feed intravenously


to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever remarks"

See also: interject interpose