Meaning of INJECTION in English

INJECTION

noun

1 act of injecting sb

ADJECTIVE

▪ intramuscular , intravenous

▪ painkilling

▪ tetanus ( esp. BrE ) (usually tetanus shot in AmE )

▪ insulin , penicillin , etc.

▪ Botox™ , collagen

▪ booster ( esp. BrE ) (usually booster shot in AmE )

Can I bring my dog in for his booster ~?

▪ lethal

In some states execution is by lethal ~.

▪ regular

▪ daily , weekly

VERB + INJECTION

▪ have

He had to have a tetanus ~ after injuring himself. ( esp. BrE )

▪ administer , give sb , perform

They gave her an ~ to stop the pain. ( esp. BrE )

▪ get , receive

The rats received a daily ~ of the drug.

PREPOSITION

▪ by ~

The best treatment is antibiotics, preferably by ~.

▪ ~ against

an ~ against whooping cough

▪ ~ for

~s for diabetes

▪ ~ in , ~ into

an ~ into the vein

▪ ~ with

Both groups received a second ~ with the same solution.

2 money

ADJECTIVE

▪ massive , substantial ( BrE )

The infrastrucure requires a massive cash ~.

▪ much-needed

▪ capital , cash

An undisclosed buyer will provide a much-needed cash ~ for the fragile balance sheet.

VERB + INJECTION

▪ need , require

▪ give sth , provide (sth with)

▪ get , receive

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ from

a cash ~ from the state

▪ ~ into

an ~ of cash into the economy

PHRASES

▪ an ~ of capital, cash, resources, etc.

The company had reached the size where it needed an ~ of capital.

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .