press onto

press something onto something

 and press something on
to put pressure on something and cause it to stick to the surface of something. I pressed the label onto the envelope and took it to the post office. I pressed on the label.
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Instead, soak a cotton pad in IZ Beauty Cleanse, PS3, an acetone-free nail varnish remover enriched with hydrating oils, and gently press onto the nail for a few seconds to loosen the polish, before swiping off the remainder with a new pad.
Instead, soak a cotton pad in IZ Beauty Cleanse, PS3, and gently press onto the nail for a few seconds to loosen the polish, before swiping off the remainder with a new pad.
Starting at the bottom left of the towel, place the cutter into position and press onto the towel as firmly as if you were cutting out a cookie.
TLF has also found savings in moving work from its sheetfed press onto the Tau.
After the cycle time is complete, a mold section is shuttled forward out of the press onto a knock out table to allow the operator to easily remove parts, inspect the mold and rapidly shuttle in the mold to repeat the cycle.
You just pull the adhesive tab off, press onto your nail and you instantly have a salon style manicure.
A good line-out from Acklam allowed the forward pack to slowly make some hard yardage and press onto the Guisborough 22 line.
Use a piece of tape to secure the circle and firmly press onto a square to make a shell.
Whether they want us to design for them a fully-operational website, with shopping carts, galleries and a unique company message, or come up with a logo they can heat press onto their Polo shirts, they commission us to make their business more attractive to customers.
Season, then press onto the tapenade to form a crust.
Press onto lamb and return to the oven for five minutes.
Two vertical rows of toothed tools press onto the slat and move forward through the slats, scraping the slag off each slat with a smooth forward motion.
The projection outward of the principle of freedom of the press onto the world stage should become a primary goal as we build the rudiments of a global society," writes Bollinger.
Q Are you aware that he transferred essentially the contents of his laptop computer from the Pioneer Press onto computers at the Star Tribune?