There is a short sentence: “A入れこみB”. What does this mean?

A enters B? B holds A? Or A says something to B? Or does it mean something else?

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  • or B contains A? – hikario Dec 16 '19 at 1:36
  • Not sure, it's a chain of phrases not a consistent sentence. Can I have a wider context? – broccoli forest Dec 16 '19 at 3:10
  • I updated the picture. – hikario Dec 16 '19 at 3:26

This is a shortened storyboard action description rather than a real sentence, something like that from the American washing instruction. In this context, it seems to say that:

ゼロ(を画面に)入れこみ ノア(を映す)
(show / focus on) Noa, Zero within (the screen)

As Japanese is a verb-final language, the composition N + V + N usually doesn't form a valid construction other than relative clauses, or the reading-out of math formulae (3 たす 4).

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