press (something) onto (something else)

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press (something) onto (something else)

To apply pressure down on something against the surface of something else. He pressed the temporary tattoo onto his arm. He pressed the rubber stamp onto the form to give his official mark of approval
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press something onto something

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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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