- fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass；implant (an idea or feeling) so that it becomes ingrained within a particular context
- a journalist who is attached to a military unit during a conflict.
verb: embed, 3rd person present: embeds, gerund or present participle: embedding, past tense: embedded, past participle: embedded
- 1. fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass he had an operation to remove a nail embedded in his chest
- ▪ implant (an idea or feeling) so that it becomes ingrained within a particular context the Victorian values embedded in Tennyson's poetry
- ▪ place (a phrase or clause) within another clause or sentence phrases or clauses that are embedded in a sentence for effect
- ▪ incorporate (a video or other item of data) within the body of a web page or other document you can embed the videos into a blog post.
- ▪ design and build (a microprocessor) as an integral part of a system or device to embed the controller, he has to get creative
- 2. attach (a journalist) to a military unit during a conflict the CNN correspondent is now embedded with the US Navy aboard the USS Constellation
- 1. a journalist who is attached to a military unit during a conflict.