- place, fit, or push (something) into something else；include (text) in a piece of writing
- a loose page or section in a magazine or other publication, typically one carrying an advertisement.；a printed card supplied with a CD or DVD and giving information about it.
verb: insert, 3rd person present: inserts, gerund or present participle: inserting, past tense: inserted, past participle: inserted
noun: insert, plural noun: inserts
- 1. place, fit, or push (something) into something else Claudia inserted her key in the lock 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ include (text) in a piece of writing he immediately inserted a clause into later contracts 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ place (a spacecraft or satellite) into an orbit or trajectory he inserted the ship into equatorial orbit
- ▪ incorporate (a piece of genetic material) into a chromosome the viral DNA is inserted into the host genome
- 2. (of a muscle or other organ) be attached to a part, especially that which is moved the muscle that raises the wing is inserted on the dorsal surface of the humerus
- 1. a loose page or section in a magazine or other publication, typically one carrying an advertisement.
- ▪ a printed card supplied with a CD or DVD and giving information about it.
- 2. an ornamental section of cloth or needlework inserted into a garment.
- 3. a shot inserted in a film or video.
- place, fit, or thrust (something) into another thing, especially with care: a steel rod was inserted into the small hole he pulled out a small cassette recorder and inserted a new tape
- a loose page or section, typically one carrying an advertisement, in a magazine or other ...
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