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Oxford dictionary definition of the word graft:
1a shoot or twig inserted into a slit on the trunk or stem of a living plant, from which it receives sap.
an instance of grafting a shoot or twig on to a living plant.
2 Medicine a piece of living tissue that is transplanted surgically.
a surgical operation in which tissue is transplanted.
[with object and adverbial]
1insert (a shoot or twig) as a graft:
it was common to graft different varieties on to a single tree trunk
insert a graft on (a trunk or stem).
2 Medicine transplant (living tissue) as a graft:
they can graft a new hand on to the nerve ends
3combine or integrate (an idea, system, etc.) with another, typically in a way considered inappropriate:
old values have been grafted on to a new economic class
late Middle English graff, from Old French grafe, via Latin from Greek graphion ‘stylus, writing implement’ (with reference to the tapered tip of the scion), from graphein ‘write’. The final -t is typical of phonetic confusion between -f and -ft at the end of words; compare with tuft