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Embed | Definition of Embed by Merriam-Webster
d: to insert (a media file, such as a graphic, video, or audio clip) into a computer document (as on a website or in an e-mail) Marketers embed advertisements in subscription mailing-list messages to reach target audiences. — Matthew Mills The company… lets users embed video and audio attachments in E-mail messages.
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Embed definition, to fix into a surrounding mass: to embed stones in cement. See more.
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Embed - definition of embed by The Free Dictionary
em·bed (ĕm-bĕd′) also im·bed (ĭm-) v. em·bed·ded, em·bed·ding, em·beds also im·bed·ded or im·bed·ding or im·beds 1. To fix firmly in a surrounding mass: embed a post in concrete; fossils embedded in shale. 2. a. To cause to be an integral part of a surrounding whole: "a minor accuracy embedded in a larger untruth" (Ian Jack). b ...
EMBED | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
embed definition: 1. to fix something firmly into a substance 2. to include text, sound, images, video, etc. in a computer file, email message, or on a website: 3. to put a computer or piece of electronic equipment inside a product in order to control the way it operates: . Learn more.
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They soak this material very thoroughly, embed the roots in it, and outside this material they apply some water-proof covering. Insert the glass eye edgewise through the opening, turn it in position and embed it in the clay.
embed - Wiktionary
Noun []. embed (plural embeds) . An embedded reporter/journalist: a war reporter assigned to and travelling with a military unit. An element of an advertisement, etc. serving as a subliminal message.. 1992, Sammy Richard Danna, Advertising and Popular Culture He alleges that ads for Seagram's gin, Chivas Regal scotch, Bacardi rum, Sprite soda, Camel and Kent cigarettes, Tweed perfume, Kanon ...