put (something) into (one's) head

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put (something) into (one's) head

To cause someone to believe that something is true. I don't know who put the idea of paid sick leave into your head. A: "Why is Johnny holding his breath?" B: "Well, Sarah put it into his head that holding his breath will make him taller."
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put something into someone's head

suggest something to someone.
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The 57-year-old had metal plates put into his head and face after the attack in a restaurant in February.
Harry finds out the seventh horcrux was put into his head which is why he has the scar.
Friends said that Edward, who died on Wednesday, had a metal plate put into his head after the car crash.