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verb [T]
 
 
/ɪnˈsɜːt/
to put something inside or into something else: insert sth into sth Please insert your card into the slot to make a payment.insert sth in sth You can pay to have advertising flyers inserted in magazines.insert sth between sth The leaflet can be inserted between the pages of the book.
to add something to something else: insert sth in sth The camera enables users to take pictures, then use a personal computer to insert them in items like calendars and emails.insert sth into sth They want to insert two new clauses into the contract.insert sth between sth How can I insert a comma between the addresses in a spreadsheet?
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