verb (used with object), trans·fused, trans·fus·ing.
- to transfer (blood) into the veins or arteries of a person or animal.
- to inject, as a saline solution, into a blood vessel.
Origin of transfuse
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Historical Examples of transfuse
Send me (if you have them) the rejected ones: I think I could transfuse blood into them and revive them.
Was it possible to transfuse the peculiar spirit of the Irish native poetry into the English tongue?
Animated and ardent himself, he could transfuse the same holy ardor into the minds of his pupils.The History of Dartmouth College
Baxter Perry Smith
May you be enabled, by reading them frequently, to transfuse into your own breast that holy flame which inspired the writer!Letters on the Improvement of the Mind
Uncle Billy caught them, and in one supreme pressure seemed to pour out and transfuse his whole simple soul into his partner's.Stories in Light and Shadow
- to inject (blood, etc) into a blood vessel
- to give a transfusion to (a patient)