transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- [formal]to inculcate sth
in(to)sb to inculcate sb withsth inculcarle* algo aalgn, inculcar* algo enalgnMore example sentences
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- Childhood is the right time to inculcate the trait of kindness and how better can one do it than by example?
- The poet uses his imaginative freedom to doubt the presence of the spirit of Ahalya in this particular stone that inculcates the feminine charm of the sculpture.
- But the meritocratic system that produced Laura and me not only produced outsized expectations; it inculcated a belief that we deserved wonderful jobs and a comfortable lifestyle.
- He is here when we unlearn the violence and greed we are inculcated with as Americans, and practice peacemaking and reconciliation.
- They inculcated us with the values of accomplishment and decency.
- Spoiled was my mother's resolution of the dilemma of raising a child in an environment free from prejudice, yet inculcating him with a resistance to odd and alluring temptations.
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In Central America and Mexico, the word 'botana' means a small portion of food, olives, peanuts etc, usually served with a drink at parties, bars, or social occasions.