hammer into

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hammer something into something

 and pound something into something
hammer something in; pound something in Lit. to drive something into something as with a hammer. Todd hammered the spike into the beam. He hammered in the spike. He hammered it in with two hard blows.
See also: hammer

hammer into

v.
1. To drive something through some surface by striking it with a hammer: The carpenter hammered a nail into the board.
2. To teach or inculcate something to someone by constant, intense repetition: The teacher hammered the multiplication tables into the pupils.
See also: hammer