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English translation of 'inculcar'

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inculcar

Verb Table transitive verb
to instil (esp Brit)instill (US)inculcate (en in, into)
See also inculcarse

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De nuevo, la decisión y la garra resultó determinante, pero el Athletic necesitará pulir los conceptos que Luis Fernández pretende inculcar en sus hombres.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Doña Sofía estaba decidida a inculcar en sus hijos " la disciplina y el espíritu de trabajo ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Galdós parece querer inculcar en la mente del lector el horror a la muerte violenta en la guerra civil, y reiteradamente insiste en escenas de linchamiento.
Carmen Bravo-Villasante Galdós
La impotencia es uno de los sentimientos que se quieren inculcar a la gente para que renuncien a su propia libertad, que crean que nada tiene ya remedio.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)

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British English: instil VERB
If you instil an idea or feeling in someone, especially over a period of time, you make them think it or feel it.
They hope that their work will instil a sense of responsibility in children.

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Translation of inculcar from the Collins Spanish to English
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