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insert

in·sert

insert

 
 
parts of speech:
transitive verb, noun
part of speech: transitive verb
pronunciation: ihn suhrt
inflections: inserted, inserting, inserts
definition: to put or cause to be put in, into, or within.
Did anyone insert the plug into the socket?I inserted four quarters in the parking meter, but nothing happened!They were talking so fast that I couldn't insert my opinion.I think you should insert more details into this paragraph.
antonyms:
abstract, extract, remove, withdraw
similar words:
deposit, enclose, enter, feed, introduce, weave
 
part of speech: noun
pronunciation: In srt
definition: that which is placed or caused to be placed in, into, or within.
The advertising insert fell out of the magazine.
derivations: insertable (adj.), inserter (n.)