to insert

listen to the pronunciation of to insert
Englisch - Türkisch
araya sokmak

Ben önce parayı sokmak zorunda mıyım? - Do I have to insert coins first?

{i} kitap ortasına eklenen sayfalar
{i} dergi/gazete arasına konulan ek
gömme parça
(disket) takmak
araya sokmak
(Sinema) ara görüntü
(Tekstil) içine ilave edilen
(İnşaat) sokulan parça
(İnşaat) ek parça
girmek bilgisayar
(Bilgisayar) eklemeyi
içine sokma
(Bilgisayar) takın

Bu hafıza kartını kafamın içine takın, lütfen! - Insert this memory stick into my head, please!

(Askeri) araya girme
derç etmek
(Bilgisayar) belgeye ekle
(Bilgisayar) disketi takmak
(Bilgisayar) ekle menüsü
(Bilgisayar) yerleştirme
(Gıda) daldırmak
(Gıda) yuvasına yerleştirmek
(Bilgisayar) koymak
(Bilgisayar) eklenecek sözcük
(Bilgisayar) arayaekle
içine koymak
araya ekle
arasına sokmak
araya şok
ilave sayfalar
{f} (into) (-e) koymak

Tom bir DVD'yi oynatıcıya soktu. - Tom inserted a DVD into the player.

Ben önce parayı sokmak zorunda mıyım? - Do I have to insert coins first?

araya sokmak Ekle araya
bir mecmua veya gazete arasına konulan ilâve
arasına sıkıştırmak
(disket) takmak (disket)
{f} atmak
{f} girmek [(Bilgisayar) ]
Takmak (Disket)
araya eklemek
{i} araya eklenen şey
{f} (in) (-e) sokmak
{f} arasına koymak
{f} vermek (ilan)
ortasına geçirmek
kabul et
Türkisch - Türkisch
Baskı sırasında, gazete ve dergilere eklenen reklam yaprağı veya broşürü
Englisch - Englisch
A promotional leaflet inserted into a magazine or newspaper
To put in between or into

To make your proof easier to comprehend I recommend you insert a few more steps.

An image inserted into text
(broadcasting) a local announcement inserted into a network program
insert casually; "She slipped in a reference to her own work"
Toggles insert mode on or off When the keyboard is in insert mode, the Insert symbol appears in the operator information area and the cursor changes to a half-block
A printed piece prepared for insertion into a publication or another printed piece
To set within something; to put or thrust in; to introduce; to cause to enter, or be included, or contained; as, to insert a scion in a stock; to insert a letter, word, or passage in a composition; to insert an advertisement in a newspaper
A piece of paper or card laid between the leaves of a book and not secured in anyway
- any item, such as a brochure or pamphlet, that is placed in a Direct Mail package
a removable part of the mold imparting increased resistance to wear or heat transferability to that area of the mold
- A printed sheet or sheets inserted into a publication or enclosed with a mailing
a separate piece of material that is joined with the body of a club's head (usually on/in the club's face) for the purpose of providing more durability, more feel, or some other effect Example: 1 Originally inserts were used in wooden clubs to provide a harder, more durable surface for striking the ball, but nowadays even putters sometimes have them
(File) To place an object between two other objects Inserting characters, words, paragraphs and documents is common in word processing Note that insert differs from append, which means to add at the end Most computer keyboards have an "Insert" key, which turns insert mode on and off
This refers to the Goddard-built portion of XRS which is inserted into the neon Dewar (which was built in Japan) The insert consists of the Front-End Assembly, the Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerator, and a 25 liter Dewar of liquid helium
An advertisement, collection of advertisements, or other promotional matter published by an advertiser or group of advertisers, to be inserted in a magazine or newspaper It may be bound into the publication, or be inserted without binding See Free-standing insert, above
An insert is something that is inserted somewhere, especially an advertisement on a piece of paper that is placed between the pages of a book or magazine
fit snugly into; "insert your ticket into the slot"; "tuck your shirtail in"
Additional matter placed within a book or pamphlet without being permanently fixed (e g a diagram in a pocket at the end of a book)
A printed piece that is not part of the original publication but is bound into a magazine, newspaper, or other printed piece
{i} something created separately for the purpose of being added to or placed inside (a book, newspaper, etc.); (Computers) object inserted between two other objects (as in text, images, characters, etc.); inserted remark (grammar)
An advertisement printed separately for an advertiser and carried loose or bound in a publication
If you insert an object into something, you put the object inside it. He took a small key from his pocket and slowly inserted it into the lock Wait for a couple of minutes with your mouth closed before inserting the thermometer. + insertion insertions in·ser·tion the first experiment involving the insertion of a new gene into a human being
a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication
(film) a still picture that is inserted and that interrupts the action of a film
Separately produced advertising pieces that are inserted into a publication
(1) In stripping, a section of film carrying printing detail that is spliced into a larger piece of film; also called Strip-in or Set-in (2) In printing, a page, etc , that is printed separately and then placed into or bound with the main publication (3) In typesetting, copy to be added to top
Key on a keyboard or function of word processing software that is used to insert text without deleting previously keyed text (Kybdy, Gr 1)
an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
add text at location without overwriting existing text
A piece of material, usually metal, which is placed in a die before each shot When molten metal is cast around it, it becomes an integral part of the die casting
If you insert a comment into a piece of writing or a speech, you include it. They joined with the monarchists to insert a clause calling for a popular vote on the issue. + insertion in·ser·tion He recorded an item for insertion in the programme
A port or connection on an audio mixer that gives the ability to take an audio signal from one channel of the mixer, process it in some way, and feed the signal back into the same channel of the mixer This new signal may then be mixed in with other signals in the mixer
an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted
Latin insertio = to join into, implant, hence, to attach; noun - insertion
introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
1) A punch in of the all of the tracks being recorded in a recording session 2) On Solid State Logic consoles, placing an outboard piece of gear in the channel by patching and activating a switch
put or introduce into something; "insert a picture into the text"
Preprinted advertisement supplied to the publication – by advertiser Not printed along with the rest of the publication Creates more impact
A point in a signal flow at which an insert, or in-line, effect can be employed
A part, usually metal, which is placed in a mold and appears as an integral part of the molded product IRHD (International Rubber Hardness) - For complete definition see ASTM D 1415-68 Standard Method of Test for International Hardness of Vulcanized Natural And Synthetic Rubbers
put or introduce into something; "insert a picture into the text
{f} place in, put in; add to; (Computers) place an object between two other objects (as in text, images, characters, etc.)
to insert


    to in·sert

    Türkische aussprache

    tı însırt


    /tə ənˈsərt/ /tə ɪnˈsɜrt/


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