Definition of ground-in in English:

ground-in

Syllabification: ground-in

adjective

  • 1(Of dirt or a stain) deeply embedded and thus difficult to remove: uniforms covered with ground-in dirt
  • 1.1(Of a habit or attitude) firmly fixed or established; difficult to change: a ground-in routine, repeated grimly over and over

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