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inculcate someone with something

to touch or impress someone with some specific knowledge. The teacher sought to inculcate the students with the knowledge they needed. Her parents inculcated her with good manners.
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inculcate something in (to) someone

to instill specific knowledge into someone; to teach something to someone so that it will be remembered. They inculcated good manners into their children all their lives. We tried to inculcate good morals into our students.
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This will help inculcate scientific temper among youth," he added.
Unveiling the Gandhi statue at the Indian Social and Cultural Centre (ISC) on Thursday evening, Navdeep Singh Suri, the Indian Ambassador to the UAE, said: "I hope that the presence of Gandhi's statue will nurture respect and commitment to his values and also inculcate them in the younger generation.
The IGP said that sports activities are important for a healthy society and it promotes environment of competition and inculcate the spirit to counter tough situation.
The new curriculum should be formulized in accordance to changing world standards and should be able to inculcate the norms, and values, to create disciplined manpower.
Earthos owner Sonia Jaswal when asked about the choice of theme, said: "Save Our Environment theme was carefully chosen for two basic reasons -- one, to spread awareness on the essence of our environment; two, to inculcate the thought process in young minds from an early age, as they are future citizens of this world.
He elaborated that Behavioural factors are important in the treatment and prevention of almost all the major diseases and nearly half of preventable deaths are due to behavioural factors therefore we planned to inculcate Behavioural Sciences as a new subject in the curriculum of MBBS / BDS.
WWF's Eco Internship Programme is a unique initiative that inculcates a stronger sense of environmental responsibility among Pakistani children from a very young age.
In its endeavour to inculcate the spirit of sportsmanship in children and young adults, the Dubai Sports Council is organising the Sports zone at Modhesh Fun CityCOs East Hall.
Having Bible classes that inculcate religion, however, is a no-no.
Gasparri informed the AJC that the Pope "considers all men his brethren" and: "he will not cease to inculcate the observance among 'individuals, as among nations, the principles of natural right and to reprove every violation of them.
How many times have I repeated this beautiful poem by William Blake to my students, trying to inculcate them with how much of the ineffable the best architecture has.
If, indeed, an effective teacher is "the most important factor in producing consistently high levels of student achievement (Alliance for Excellent Education, 2004; Fullan, 1999; Hanushek, Kain, & Rivkin, 2001), it is incumbent upon those in the profession to explore ways to strengthen the existing practices in schools designed to inculcate new teachers into effective practice and the culture of the school.
Fairchild argues that the medical examinations, and indeed the admissions process more generally, served to inculcate newcomers into--and, in a distinct minority of cases, to exclude immigrants from--the United States' emerging industrial and civic order.
His message is clear, and oftentimes, he repeats parts of his message to drive home his points, knowing that often we must read or hear an idea or concept numerous times before we can inculcate it into our hearts and minds.