inject into

This page is about the phrasal verb inject into.

Meaning: to add something positive in order to make something work better

For example:

  • inject sth into sth The band had become a bit flat, but the introduction of a percussionist injected some much-needed dynamism into their sound.

  • inject sth into sth The government is trying to inject some confidence into the market.

Quick Quiz:

If Gregory could inject a bit of humour into his writing, his books wouldn't be so

a. funny

b. popular

c. serious

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