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Translation of "instil" - English-Spanish dictionary

instil

verb (-ll-) UK ( US instill)   /ɪnˈstɪl/
to put a feeling, idea, or principle gradually into someone’s mind, so that it has a strong influence on the way that person thinks or behaves inculcar It is part of a teacher’s job to instil confidence in/into his or her students.1124
(Definition of instil from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

instil

verb /inˈstil/ ( past tense, past participle instilled)
to put (ideas etc) into the mind of a person infundir; inculcar The habit of punctuality was instilled into me early in life.
(Definition of instil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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