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Could we treat spinal cord injuries with asparagus? | Andrew Pelling

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Video Vocabulary

implanted
verb

insert tissue or object in body.

/ˈdamij/

damaged
adjective verb

Physical harm that is done to something. To harm physically; to hurt or break something.

/ˈtōdlē/

totally
adverb

completely.

rethink
noun verb

reassessment. consider something.

/ˈstimyəˌlāt/

stimulated
verb

raise levels of physiological or nervous activity in.

subjects
noun other verb

person or thing that is being discussed, described, or dealt with. What books, articles etc. is about; themes. To cause to suffer or experience something.

/ˈskafəld/

scaffolds
noun other verb

raised platform for public execution of criminals. Temporary supporting platform outside buildings. To build on previous information or knowledge.

/dəˈzēzd/

diseased
adjective

suffering from disease.

/stärt/

started
verb

To do, be or happen for the first time; begin.

/ˈnaCH(ə)rəl/

natural
adjective adverb noun

Not made by humans; without human intervention. naturally. person having innate talent.

/fôrˈmāSH(ə)n/

formation
noun

action of forming or process of being formed.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

For a reason.

/əˈlou/

allowing
verb

let someone have or do.

/səˈround/

surrounded
verb

To move closer on all sides of something.

/ˌrēkənˈstrəkt/

reconstructing
verb

To determine exactly how something happened.