inserted, past tense; inserted, past participle; inserting, present participle; inserts, 3rd person singular present;
Place, fit, or thrust (something) into another thing, esp. with care
a steel rod was inserted into the small hole
he pulled out a small cassette recorder and inserted a new tape
Add (text) to a piece of writing
he immediately inserted a clause into later contracts
the objection has been inserted in the minutes
Place (a spacecraft or satellite) into an orbit or trajectory
Incorporate (a piece of genetic material) into a chromosome
(of a muscle or other organ) Be attached to a part, esp. that which is moved
the muscle that raises the wing is inserted on the dorsal surface of the humerus
A thing that has been inserted, in particular
A loose page or section, typically one carrying an advertisement, in a magazine or other publication
An ornamental section of cloth or needlework inserted into the plain material of a garment
A shot inserted into a movie or video
a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication
put or introduce into something; "insert a picture into the text"
an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted
introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
cut-in: (broadcasting) a local announcement inserted into a network program
tuck: fit snugly into; "insert your ticket into the slot"; "tuck your shirttail in"
Inserts are pins, bolts, screws, joints and other structures that are used to transfer localized loads to a composite panel or to join two composite panels together. Metallic inserts are commonly used in the aerospace and marine industries to attach objects to sandwich composite panels.
In audio processing and sound reinforcement, an insert is an access point built into the mixing console, allowing the user to add external line level devices into the signal flow between the microphone preamplifier and the mix bus.
In film, an insert is a shot of part of a scene as filmed from a different angle and/or focal length from the master shot. Inserts cover action already covered in the master shot, but emphasize a different aspect of that action due to the different framing. ...
The Insert key (often abbreviated INS) is a key commonly found on computer keyboards.
In Molecular biology, an insert is a piece of DNA that is inserted into a larger DNA vector by a recombinant DNA technique, such as ligation or recombination. This allows it to be multiplied, selected, further manipulated or expressed in a host organism.
In advertising, an insert is a separate advertisement put in a magazine, newspaper, or other publication. They are usually the main source of income for non-subscription local newspapers and other publications. ...
An image inserted into text; A promotional leaflet inserted into a magazine or newspaper; To put in between or into
A key that when pressed switches between the overtype mode and the insert mode of a computer
(Inserted) attached to or placed upon
(inserted) Occasionally called a “spool die”, this popular design consists of two components: the radius block and the clamp insert. The radius block is notched at the line of tangency and then tapped. The clamp insert is screwed into this notch, which completes the assembly. ...
(Inserting) the letter shop function that involves putting package components into the carrier envelope.
(Inserting) A process whereby letters or other mailing items are mechanically inserted into an envelope; the envelope is then sealed and kept in postal sort order. Most lettershops can insert into envelopes up to 9 x 12 inches.
(Inserting) This is normally done by equipment that automatically places one or more direct mail pieces into a single envelope. The number of allowable inserts will depend on the equipment available. Standard inserting equipment can accommodate up to six inserts.
(Inserting) pieces are put into an envelope by machine, and automatically sealed. Our machine will accommodate # 10 envelopes (regular and window), 6” X 9” envelopes and # 11 envelopes, as well as many unusual sizes, as long as they meet specific criteria necessary to be machineable.
(Inserts) Extra printed pages inserted loosely into printed pieces.
(Inserts) Within a publication, an additional item positioned into the publication loose (not bound in).
(INSERTS) Shots, usually close -ups of hands or close business, inserted into previously shot footage.
(Inserts) An advertisement that is printed apart from the regular press run, usually an independent printer, then "inserted" among the regular newspaper sections.
(Inserts) are thick rectangular or oval absorbent pads that are inserted into pocket diapers to collect moisture. They are made from a variety of absorbent materials (cotton, microterry, fleece, hemp), depending on the brand. ...