Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Insert"

The meaning of "Insert" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does insert eye roll here.
(does it make sense?) mean?
A: ‘Insert eye roll here’ is normally used when someone is unable to use this emoji 🙄or they do not want to use it and think the phrase sounds funnier than using the emoji
Q: What does What does,,insert" mean? mean?
Insert paper into the paper tray
Вставьте бумагу в бумагу

Q: What does insert mean?
A: An insert is in TV programmes a separate addition to main content, such as an old interview.

Example sentences using "Insert"

Q: Please show me example sentences with insert and inject.
A: Please insert your card into the machine.
The doctor had to inject the patient with drugs.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Maybe, may be, may [insert some word here] be..
A: @Parki: maybe he likes me
may be its to hard to say
may i have this book

Synonyms of "Insert" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between insert and fill in and put in and write in ?
A: "insert the key here"
"fill in the blanks"
side note: insert and fill in almost mean the same thing but they can not be switched with the examples I provided.
"put in the key here"
"write in the answer"
put in and insert can be switched some of the time but if you are not sure which one to say just say put in. It is more commonly said than insert.
Q: What is the difference between insert and plug in ?
A: They are simular. Plug in is usually used to describe something specific such as plugging in a lamp into an electrical outlet. insert is more general. you could insert the lamps plug into the electrical outlet or you can plug it in. if you were making a purchase with a credit card, you would "insert your card into the machine to pay". You would not usually use " I plugged in my card to pay".
Q: What is the difference between [insert name]-san and [insert name]-kun ?
A: I think you meant to ask this in the Japanese language category ;)

In a school setting, boys' names would have the -kun ending, while girls' names have the -san ending.

In a non-school setting, -kun is used as a term of endearment to someone typically younger than you, and -san seems to be the common go-to honorific for someone you don't know.

I'm not native, but I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between insert "ed" and "ing" in the word. for example, "catched" and "catching". ?
A: Catch will actually become "caught" however other words for example "watched" and "watching" the "ed." makes it past tense and the "ing" makes it present. So you are "watching" the tv or you "watched" the tv.

Other questions about "Insert"

Q: Please insert your card with its front on top towards the direction of the arrow. Does this sound natural?
A: You can also say this (a little more natural):
Please insert you card in the direction of the arrow with its front (on top/facing up).
Q: パイプが変形しないようにユニットの上からホースを挿入して下さい
Please insert the hose into upper unit, not occur deformation pipe. Does this sound natural?
A: Please insert the hose into upper unit/part/area, so the pipe deformation doesn't occur.

Q: 挿入機でパイプにコルクを入れて下さい。
Insert the colk into the pipe using the inserting machine. Does this sound natural?
A: Please insert the cork in the pipe using the inserter
Q: ①棒を挿入してください
Please insert the pipe(L) into the pipe(R).

Please adjust the two holes.

Finalley, please fix using the bolt.

Does this sound natural?
A: 3 should read "Finally, secure using the bolt"
Q: I always here this:
A: "Would you mind if I...(insert whatever)?"
B: "Oh yeah sure!"/"yeah go ahead"


B: "Oh no its fine"

I don't really get why people say "oh yeah sure" like the person asked whether you would mind but then you say "yeah.." as in "yes I would mind"???
well I just repeat it but it doesn't make sense to me though :/
A: That's because in American English we automatically interpret "Would you mind if i" as (Is it alright if I ...) it's an idiom. Not necessarily directly translated.

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