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infuse someone with something

to teach someone a body of knowledge or a perspective on a body of knowledge. The schools sought to infuse the children with a sense of history. Children should be infused with a respect for the rights of others.
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infuse something into someone

to instill specific knowledge into a person; to teach someone something very well. The boss infused a lot of company information into the new assistant before she took another job. The teacher infused a lot of knowledge into the students in a short time.
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infuse something into something

to mix something into something. You should infuse this mixture into the tea. The tea was infused into the water very slowly.
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infuse something with something

to make something mix into some liquid. He infused the mixture with a strong solution of soap. The chemical mixture was infused with the other solution.
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Working with dried fruits--maraschino cherries, dried pears, dried cherries--Casey says, offers a double benefit: "You can infuse the fruits longer without the fruit degrading, and then the spirit-soaked dried fruit can be made into a delicious compote, chutney or dessert in the kitchen.
4 million) to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, to support its Innovation for Uptake, Scale and Equity in Immunisation, Infuse, initiative.
We believe that Infuse innovations can make a real difference to developing countries and look forward to contributing to their growth to make sure that every child is protected with life-saving vaccines," the minister added.