What is another word for Transplants?

Pronunciation: [tɹansplˈants] (IPA)

Transplants can be referred to as grafts, implantations, or transferences. The process of transplanting involves moving an organ or tissue from one body to another or from one part of the body to another. It can also be used to describe the act of moving a person or group of people to a new location. Alternative terms for transplant could include relocation, resettlement, or migration. These synonyms highlight the complexity of the procedure, whether it refers to medical science or human migration. Regardless of the context, transplant remains a critical aspect of human existence and advancement as it provides life-saving solutions and exciting opportunities beyond our wildest imaginations.

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Usage examples for Transplants

Shalmanesar takes this city, Transplants the inhabitants to Assyria, and calls it Kar-Salmanassar.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker
The spreading boughs, with their perfect contour and emerald depths of light and shadow, suggest a typical picture of that unfading Tree of Life in the midst of the earthly Paradise, round which the passing ages weave innumerable dreams, while faith Transplants it to a fairer Garden than that of Eden.
"Through the Malay Archipelago"
Emily Richings
But our Master gives us from time to time just such rare flowers of promise for a short season, then quietly Transplants them into His safe keeping from the bitter blasts of life's stormy weather.
"Sixty Years of California Song"
Margaret Blake-Alverson

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