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Meaning of “ingrained” - Learner’s Dictionary

ingrained

adjective     /ɪnˈɡreɪnd/
BELIEFS
Ingrained beliefs, behaviour, problems, etc have existed for a long time and are difficult to change: For most of us, watching television is a deeply ingrained habit.Not able to be changedKeeping and staying the same
DIRT
Ingrained dirt has got under the surface of something and is difficult to remove.Dirt and untidiness
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