engrave (something) into (something)

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engrave (something) into (something)

To etch or carve something into a surface or material. When we got our sidewalk repaved, the kids engraved their initials into the cement. The woman at the store said that they can engrave our wedding date into the picture frame.
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engrave something into something

to cut symbols into something. She engraves a lovely design into the soap that she puts out for guests. Todd engraved his initials into the bark of the tree.
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Prague (Czech Republic), August 13 (ANI): Archaeologists have uncovered a unique 1000-year-old mark engraved into an oak tree near Celakovice in Prague, Czech Republic, which is probably the oldest preserved sign of this kind in the world.
The mark was engraved into the trunk after the bark was removed from the spot, and this is why its traces were preserved.
The first written sources mentioning signs engraved into trees to mark land borders and paths come from antiquity.
The laser image scanner converts images from the digital camera, a customer's digital image, or a hard copy photograph into a three-dimensional or two-dimensional digitally formatted image that will be engraved into the center of the crystal by the laser.
The laser image scanner converts images from the digital camera, a digital image, or a photograph into a three-dimensional or two-dimensional digitally formatted image that will be engraved into the center of the crystal by the laser.