Translation of "ingrained" - English-Spanish dictionary

ingrained

adjective uk /ɪnˈɡreɪnd/ us

(of beliefs) so firmly held that they are not likely to change

arraigado
Such ingrained prejudices cannot be corrected easily.
The belief that you should own your house is deeply ingrained in our society.

Ingrained dirt has got under the surface of something and is difficult to remove. Ingrained dirt has got under the surface of something and is difficult to remove.

incrustado
The oil had become ingrained in his skin.

(Translation of “ingrained” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)