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embed

[em′bed]
Also spelled imbed.
(biology)
To prepare a specimen for sectioning for microscopic examination by infiltrating with or enclosing in paraffin or other supporting material.
(science and technology)
To enclose in a matrix.
To closely surround.

embed

To insert into. To enclose. For example, "embedded JavaScript" means that the JavaScript code is inserted into an HTML-coded Web page. An embedded system is a computer built into and specialized for a particular product rather than a general-purpose desktop or laptop machine. See embedded system, microcontroller and JavaScript.
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The fifth-level mental embedment can be reached by having a single person reflect on her past and future states of mind.
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The scope includes the installation of the designed bridge beams and construction of the bridge deck including the embedments for attachment of the thrie beam bridge railing.
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