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Translation of "insert" - English-Turkish dictionary

insert

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪnˈsɜːt/ formal
PUT INTO to put something into something else
sokmak, yerleştirmek
Insert the coin in the slot.Inserting and forcing things into other things
ADD TO WRITING to add something to the middle of a document or piece of writing
bir belge/yazının arasına sokmak/yerleştirmek/ilave etmek
He inserted a new paragraph.Inserting and forcing things into other things
insertion
 
 
/ɪnˈsɜːʃən/ noun [C, U]
ekleme
Translations of “insert”
in Arabic يُدْخِل…
in Korean -에 넣다…
in Malaysian memasukkan…
in French insérer…
in Italian inserire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 插入,添加(尤指文字)…
in Russian вставлять, вкладывать…
in Polish wkładać, wprowadzać, wstawiać…
in Vietnamese chèn vào…
in Spanish insertar…
in Portuguese inserir…
in Thai แทรก…
in German einfügen…
in Catalan introduir, inserir…
in Japanese (物)を差し込む…
in Indonesian menyisipkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 插入,添写(尤指文字)…
(Definition of insert verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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