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insert in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

insertin‧sert2 /ˈɪnsɜːt $ -ɜːrt/ noun [countable]  1 TCNprinted pages that are put inside a newspaper or magazine in order to advertise something a six-page insert on computer software2 IN/INSIDEsomething that is designed to be put inside something else He wore special inserts in his shoes to make him look taller.
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insertApplication forms will be circulated as an insert in the May edition of Chemistry in Britain.Look for the coupon inserts in Sunday's paper.The use of gas-assisted injection-moulding allowed a lighter structure without metal inserts.Maybe a sideways knit, diagonal knit, collar or insert?Bernstein briefed Bill Brady, the night metropolitan editor, and proposed a two-paragraph insert.The Tri-X table comes with glass, granite, or steel inserts.On most machines, the insert ends automatically as the counter reaches zero again.The square bracket shows the position of the insert.