jab (something) into (something else)

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jab (something) into (something else)

To poke, stab, or thrust something into something else. Don't just jab the USB drive into the computer—you might break it! I can't believe the doctor just jabbed the needle into my arm like that!
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jab something into something

 and jab something in
to stab something into something. Billy jabbed his spoon into the gelatin. He jabbed in his spoon. He jabbed it in.
See also: jab