inculcate in

inculcate (something) in(to) (someone)

To put forth effort so that someone learns or remembers something. I really tried to inculcate these physics equations into my students, but judging by their grades on the test, we need to revisit them. She really needs to inculcate a sense of respect for others into her kids, sheesh.
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inculcate something in (to) someone

to instill specific knowledge into someone; to teach something to someone so that it will be remembered. They inculcated good manners into their children all their lives. We tried to inculcate good morals into our students.
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"I'd like to believe that politics is something we do not inculcate in the minds of the young people," BSP national president Wendel Avisado said at a press briefing yesterday.
From discoveries in science to stories of business icons, the event hopes to inculcate in the youth the desire to dream big.
He said that we must have to inculcate in our youth the spirit of tolerance, respect and moderation in order to battle extremism.
This amounts to an attack on all those things in life which inculcate in children principles of patriotism and individual liberty.