a piece cut from a living plant and fixed in a cut made in another plant,to form a new growth
a piece of skin,bone,etc. removed from a living body and attached to another body or another part of the same body,usually to replace unhealthy or damaged tissue;process or result of doing this
use of illegal or unfair means (especially bribery) to gain an advantage in business,politics,etc.
attach sth as a graft
"graft the cherry tree branch onto the plum tree"
Twenty-six bob for a day's graft.
出自： F. S. Anthony
When it comes to the hard graft they're not so keen.
出自： M. Duffy
The excesses of the last regime,..its graft, oppression and corrupt government.
出自： C. Achebe
A business agent who takes graft from him.
出自： S. Bellow
The Spaniards in Mexico actually grafted European vines on to native vine stocks, as a protection against phylloxera.
出自： P. V. Price
My father was a miner, hard-working...He grafted.
They make their living, such as it is, by grafting.
出自： J. Flynt
The bosses grafted off the men, and they grafted off each other.
出自： U. Sinclair