What is another word for Embedding?

1833 synonyms found


[ ɛmbˈɛdɪŋ], [ ɛmbˈɛdɪŋ], [ ɛ_m_b_ˈɛ_d_ɪ_ŋ]

Embedding is a common term used in computer science to denote a process of incorporating or attaching one piece of content within another. However, there are several other words that can be used interchangeably with embedding. Some of these synonyms include integration, incorporation, assimilation, consolidation, and inclusion. These words are used to describe the same process of embedding a smaller entity within a larger one. For instance, a video can be embedded in a web page, just as an icon can be integrated into an application. Essentially, the synonyms for embedding highlight the process of making one content a constituent part of another.

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What are the hypernyms for Embedding?

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What are the opposite words for Embedding?

Embedding refers to the process of incorporating something firmly and deeply into a surrounding substance or structure. The antonyms of embedding, which convey the opposite meaning, include unfastening, dislodging, detaching, removing, or extracting. Unfastening means to undo or release the grip of something that is fixed or secured in place. Dislodging refers to the act of knocking or forcing something out of its fixed position. Detaching implies separating something from its attachment or connection with a specific object. Removing refers to the action of taking something away from a particular place or position. Extracting refers to the process of carefully removing or withdrawing something from a specific location.

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Usage examples for Embedding

This earth must be made by Embedding a metal plate in the soil, and many persons are under the impression that the efficiency of the earth plate depends upon its area, but this is not the fact.
"Hertzian Wave Wireless Telegraphy"
John Ambrose Fleming
January 1, to account rendered 5 6 0 May 9, to potting and Embedding of zoo pansies 2 0 0 To cost of trolley with flowers 0 15 0 To hiring of man with trolley 0 5 0 To hire of house and garden for one day 1 0 0 To furnishing of room in peacock curtains, copper ornaments, etc.
"The Club of Queer Trades"
G. K. Chesterton
Some publishers of English historical literature when correctly presented by authors with text containing these patronymics with the abbreviation point added, have simply removed the points arguing that this 'full stop' in the middle of sentences is confusing for the English reader, thereby wrongly Embedding the abbreviated name as the real one in the readers' minds.
"The Part Borne by the Dutch in the Discovery of Australia 1606-1765"
J. E. Heeres

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