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Oxford dictionary definition of the word inlay:
(past and past participle inlaid /ɪnˈleɪd/) [with object]
ornament (an object) by embedding pieces of a different material in it, flush with its surface:
mahogany panelling inlaid with rosewood
embed (material or a design) flush with the surface of an object:
a small silver crown was inlaid in the wood
1a design, pattern, or piece of material inlaid in something:
ivory inlays that decorated wooden furnishings
a material or substance that is used as an inlay:
mother-of-pearl is widely used as an inlay in furniture and musical instruments
[mass noun] inlaid work:
the cathedral was decorated with mosaic and inlay
[mass noun] the technique of inlaying material:
techniques like inlay
2a filling shaped to fit a tooth cavity.
3a printed card or paper insert supplied with a CD, video, etc..
mid 16th century (in the sense ‘lay something in a place in order to hide or preserve it’): from in-2 ‘into’ + lay1