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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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Over the years, Al Mazyona has succeeded in inculcating a strong savings culture in Oman.
DG FDE welcomed the opportunity to work with NDMA and said that the MoU will further strengthen the education sector by inculcating disaster resilience in schools vulnerable to both natural and human-induced hazards.
This Resource Center would prove as milestone in transforming the lives of women through educating them and inculcating positive trends, he said.
The camps aimed at inculcating qualities of leadership, camaraderie and team spirit under severe physical and mental duress on the trainees.
Srinagar, May 20 ( ANI ): Enthusiasts belonging to varied age groups considered the unique book exhibition depicting the rich history of the Kashmir valley as a welcome step towards inculcating the passion of reading classics, especially among youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
Summary: Muscat: With the primary objective of inculcating safety consciousness into young minds, the Ministry of .
But where it does "work" is in gently inculcating an attitude of prayerfulness to everything and everyone around, making me more aware of God's continual presence in my life and context, God's continual care for me and those around me, and my responsibility to respond to that care.
ISLAMABAD -- First Lady Begum Mahmooda Mamnoon Hussain Thursday emphasized for bringing an end to hypocrisy and falsehood and inculcating the moral values in the new generation to promote betterment and brotherhood in the society.
Devotees also expressed gratitude to their forefathers for inculcating ethics and social values in them.
ISLAMABAD -- A teacher can sow the seeds of a forward-looking nation in today's world, by inculcating the spirit of social harmony in the students and equipping them with inquisitive mind open to probe the unexplored.
The program aims at promoting traditional skills and inculcating awareness among younger generation, particularly children about the rich craft heritage of Pakistan, said the organizers.
Vice President Ansari in his message said that this occasion highlights the virtues of sacrifice and inspires mankind for inculcating the spirit of compassion and love towards the downtrodden.
Rahat's simple language and interesting diction helped inculcating reading habits among many of the children,' said Governor of Sindh.
In article for the socialist journal "The Other Side", Fernandes, a former Defence and Railway Minister and convener of the opposition National Democratic Alliance (NDA), said: "We must desist from media-driven infatuation with the youth and silly words like Gen-Next, and think about those who have spent their lives caring for their families and inculcating in them value systems in tune with our culture and the needs of humanity.
SP Traffic Ilyas Hashmi, said that the aim of holding such programmes was to acquaint the students with traffic laws while inculcating better traffic sense among them.