inserir, introduzir, intercalar, meter, cravarinserção, suplemento
Noun(1) a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication(2) an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted(3) (broadcasting(4) (film
Verb(1) put or introduce into something(2) place, fit, or thrust (something(3) fit snugly into(4) insert casually
(1) Now users can just select the type tool and click to insert text directly on the canvas.(2) The North said it was an attempt to insert a satellite into orbit.(3) The question was put that the following amendment in the name of the Hon Dr Nick Smith to Part 1 be agreed to: to insert the following new clause.(4) The only difference is that every individual title will have a unique black and white photograph as part of its information insert .(5) Although everyone should be able to design a standard Web page in minutes using the point and click type tools to insert text, graphics and sound.(6) An orbiter allows for a longer, more complete look at a planet but requires an engine and fuel to slow the spacecraft and insert it into orbit.(7) In the magazine itself was an insert about how great that hospital is and what they are planning for the future, etc.(8) The government and the House have yet to decide whether to insert articles on direct presidential elections in the election bill or draft a separate bill.(9) Last night's news had the annual insert on how the recent bone-numbing cold has been affecting the street kids and homeless in our cities.(10) Unfolding the insert revealed a World Wildlife Fund Campaign to save the Sumatran tiger.(11) My left leg is slightly longer than my right, or my right leg is slightly shorter than my left - either way I have to wear a heel insert in my right shoe or else I get a sore lower back.(12) For details on our reservation and cancellation policy, please see the bound insert between pages 68-69.(13) These contract notices were issued before legal guidance was available so the GLA was unable to notify its intention to insert such a clause in the final contract.(14) Did you know it only costs $12 for a whole year of Playboy when you buy through the magazine insert ?(15) Efforts to add to the magazine an insert with news of the local congregations were greeted with consternation: the opposition was deemed to be far more dangerous that it really was.(16) The House Appropriations Committee has voted to require the D.C. Council to insert a ├ö├ç├┐conscience clause├ö├ç├û in the bill.
(1) to insert :: inserir
1. enclosure ::
2. cut-in ::
3. inset ::
4. put ::
5. enter ::
6. stick in ::
7. introduce ::
8. put in ::
9. tuck ::
insert, inserted, inserting, inserts
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