Imbed vs. Insert

Imbed vs. Insert — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Imbed and Insert

Imbedverb

Variant of embed.

Insertverb

To put or set into, between, or among

inserted the key in the lock.insert a shim between a door jamb and frame.

Imbedverb

alternative spelling of embed

Insertverb

To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate

insert an illustration into a text.

Imbedverb

fix or set securely or deeply;

He planted a knee in the back of his opponentThe dentist implanted a tooth in the gum

Insertverb

To place into an orbit, trajectory, or stream.

Insertverb

To put into action

inserted a rookie into the lineup.

Insertnoun

Something inserted or intended for insertion, as a picture or chart into written material.

Insertverb

(transitive) To put in between or into.

In order to withdraw money from a cash machine, you have to insert your debit card.To make your proof easier to understand, I recommend you insert a few more steps.

Insertnoun

An image inserted into text.

Insertnoun

A promotional or instructive leaflet inserted into a magazine, newspaper, tape or disk package, etc.

This software can print compact disc inserts if you have the right size of paper.

Insertnoun

A mechanical component inserted into another.

a threaded insert

Insertnoun

(linguistics) An expression, such as "please" or an interjection, that may occur at various points in an utterance.

Insertnoun

(genetics) A sequence of DNA inserted into another DNA molecule.

Insertnoun

(television) A pre-recorded segment included as part of a live broadcast.

Insertnoun

A close-up shot used to draw attention to a particular element of a larger scene.

Insertnoun

a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication

Insertnoun

an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted

Insertnoun

(broadcasting) a local announcement inserted into a network program

Insertnoun

(film) a still picture that is inserted and that interrupts the action of a film

Insertverb

put or introduce into something;

insert a picture into the text

Insertverb

introduce;

Insert your ticket here

Insertverb

fit snugly into;

insert your ticket into the slottuck your shirtail in

Insertverb

insert casually;

She slipped in a reference to her own work