Definition of embedded
: occurring as a grammatical constituent (such as a verb phrase or clause) within a like constituent
embeddingplay \-diŋ\ noun
Recent Examples of embedded from the Web
Running on embedded rails and an overhead electrical wire, the streetcar will travel with traffic, stopping at red lights and at occasional passenger stops.
Brady said that Apple's CarPlay could run on top of cars with the embedded Android system.
In the latest period, sales of analog chips improved 6.5% to $2.32 billion, while sales of embedded processors rose 10% to $795 million.
A passenger recently became the first to board a plane solely using data on an embedded microchip.
Right now, if tweets have typos or factual errors, users have to live with them or, in extreme cases, delete the original and post a new version, losing any retweets, likes and embedded shares elsewhere.
This summer, for example, the start-up Athos plans to release a line of formfitting sportswear with embedded sensors that will tell users exactly which muscles they’re exercising during a workout and how hard they’re working them.
Since the substance behaves like both a metal and a semiconductor, it can be used to create intelligent materials sans embedded circuitry.
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