Impregnate meaning

ĭm-prĕg'nāt
To make pregnant; inseminate.
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To fertilize (an ovum, for example).
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To fill throughout; saturate.

A cotton wad that was impregnated with ether.

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To permeate or imbue.

Impregnate a speech with optimism.

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Saturated or filled.
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To fertilize (an ovum)
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To make pregnant.
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To fertilize (land); make fruitful.
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To fill or saturate; cause to be permeated.

Clothing impregnated with smoke.

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To indoctrinate or imbue (with ideas, feelings, principles, etc.)
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Impregnated.
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To make pregnant; inseminate.
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To fertilize.

Impreganted the ovum.

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To cause to become pregnant.

I was impregnated at a clinic but don't know who the sperm donor is.

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To fill pores or spaces with a substance.

It is recommended to impregnate new shoes before wearing them.

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(intransitive, dated) To become pregnant.

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Origin of impregnate

Probably from Late Latin impraegnātus pregnant Latin in- in in–2 Latin praegnātus variant of praegnās pregnant pregnant1