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infuse someone with something

to teach someone a body of knowledge or a perspective on a body of knowledge. The schools sought to infuse the children with a sense of history. Children should be infused with a respect for the rights of others.
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infuse something into someone

to instill specific knowledge into a person; to teach someone something very well. The boss infused a lot of company information into the new assistant before she took another job. The teacher infused a lot of knowledge into the students in a short time.
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infuse something into something

to mix something into something. You should infuse this mixture into the tea. The tea was infused into the water very slowly.
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infuse something with something

to make something mix into some liquid. He infused the mixture with a strong solution of soap. The chemical mixture was infused with the other solution.
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Odor, taste, and stain resistant, the six-piece set includes Pitcher, Infuser, Flavor Infuser, Chill Core and Lid (to secure Infuser or Chill Core when infusing or chilling) and Top (a top designed for pouring, with a handle).
The practice of infusing simple syrups with herbs, fruits, chilis and more is also on the rise.
The choreographer, in a reworked and expanded version of 2001's Tertium Quid, rolled out her own metaphorical red carpet in seven shows over two weekends, infusing the beauty ritual with a shot of high-dose mysticism.
All the latest research tells us that when you talk to Aboriginal kids, they say that incorporating their culture, history contributions, all of that, infusing that into core curriculum is what makes a difference for them in the schools.
The results of the veteran teachers in the master teacher program showed very little use of infusing technology into the subject areas.
He and other investigators imagined periodically infusing people with the hardier cells or even genetically engineering immune cell precursors, so-called stem cells, to permanently reconstitute a person's immune system with cells that check HIV.
It involves infusing patients with white blood cells containing a marker gene to determine whether the cells survive long enough to fight HIV.