embed

embed em‧bed [ɪmˈbed] verb embedded PTandPPX embedding PRESPARTX [transitive]
COMPUTING to put something such as an image, sound etc into a page on a Internet website or into a program, using computer code S:

• This document shows you the right tags to use to embed sound onto your website.

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embed UK US (-dd-) (US also imbed) /ɪmˈbed/ verb [T] IT
to include text, sound, images, video, etc. in a computer file, email message, or on a website: embed sth in sth »

When you upload a video, you get a code to embed it in your site.

[usually passive] to put a computer or piece of electronic equipment inside a product in order to control the way it operates: be embedded in/into sth »

Microprocessors are embedded into products such as cars, fridges, traffic lights, and industrial equipment.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Embed — Em*bed ([e^]m*b[e^]d ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Embedded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Embedding}.] [Pref. em + bed. Cf. {Imbed}.] To lay as in a bed; to lay in surrounding matter; to bed; as, to embed a thing in clay, mortar, or sand. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • embed — [em bed′, imbed′] vt. embedded, embedding 1. to set (flowers, etc.) in earth 2. to set or fix firmly in a surrounding mass [to embed tiles in cement] 3. to fix in the mind, memory, etc. embedment n …   English World dictionary

  • embed — I verb bury, deposit, engraft, entrench, fix, fix firmly, implant, impress, imprint, infix, ingrain, insert, lodge, plant, press in, root, seat, set, set firmly, settle, stamp II index fix (make firm), inseminate, plant (place firmly) …   Law dictionary

  • embed —   [engl.], einbetten …   Universal-Lexikon

  • embed — 1778, from EM (Cf. em ) + BED (Cf. bed). Originally a geological term, in reference to fossils in rock; fig. sense is from 1835; meaning place a journalist within a military unit at war is 2003. Related: Embedded; embedding …   Etymology dictionary

  • embed — is spelt em , not im …   Modern English usage

  • embed — [v] sink, implant bury, deposit, dig in, drive in, enclose, fasten, fix, hammer in, impact, infix, ingrain, inlay, insert, install, lodge, pierce, plant, plunge, press, put into, ram in, root, set, stick in, stuff in, thrust in, tuck in; concepts …   New thesaurus

  • embed — (also imbed) ► VERB (embedded, embedding) 1) fix firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass. 2) implant (an idea or feeling). DERIVATIVES embedment noun …   English terms dictionary

  • embed — verb /ɛmˈbɛd/ a) To lay as in a bed; to lay in surrounding matter; to bed; as, to embed a thing in clay, mortar, or sand. We wanted to embed our reporter with the Fifth Infantry Division, but the Army would have none of it …   Wiktionary

  • embed — UK [ɪmˈbed] / US verb [transitive] Word forms embed : present tense I/you/we/they embed he/she/it embeds present participle embedding past tense embedded past participle embedded 1) to fix something firmly in a surface or object embed something… …   English dictionary

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