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Main Entry: 1inĚsert
Pronunciation: in-'s&rt
Function: verb
Etymology: Latin insertus, past participle of inserere, from in- + serere to join -- more at SERIES
Date: 1529
transitive verb
1 : to put or thrust in <insert the key in the lock> <insert a spacecraft into orbit>
2 : to put or introduce into the body of something : INTERPOLATE <insert a change in a manuscript>
3 : to set in and make fast; especially : to insert by sewing between two cut edges
4 : to place into action (as in a game) <insert a new pitcher>
intransitive verb, of a muscle : to be in attachment to the part to be moved
synonym see INTRODUCE
- inĚsertĚer noun

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\&\ as a and u in  abut
\&\ as e in kitten
\&r\ as ur and er in  further
\a\ as a in ash
\A\ as a in ace
\ä\ as o in mop
\au\ as ou in out
\ch\ as ch in chin
\e\ as e in bet
\E\ as ea in easy
\g\ as g in go
\i\ as i in hit
I\ as i in ice
\j\ as j in job
\[ng]\ as ng in sing
\O\ as o in go
\o\ as aw in law
\oi\ as oy in boy
\th\ as th in thin
\th\ as th in the
\ü\ as oo in loot
\u\ as oo in foot
\y\ as y in yet
\zh\ as si in vision
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