imprint (something) in(to) (someone or something)(redirected from imprint into you)
imprint (something) in(to) (someone or something)
To retain something in one's memory. Being rejected by her crush has definitely imprinted a sense of anxiety into Sarah's brain, at least as far as romantic relationships are concerned. I try to imprint the importance of strong morals into my kids' minds every day.
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