Definition of inject
- inject fuel into an engine
- inject a drug into the bloodstream
- condemning any attempt to inject religious bigotry into the campaign
- —Current Biography
She told a few jokes to inject a little humor into her speech.
We need to inject some life into this party.
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: to force a liquid medicine or drug into someone or something by using a special needle
: to force (a liquid) into something
: to add (something) to something : to introduce (a particular quality) into something
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