This page is about the phrasal verb instil in
to condition someone to follow a certain belief or to behave in a certain way
- instil in sb Sasha thinks Asian cultures instil in people a consideration for the feelings of others, while Western cultures tend to instil in people more of a concern for their own feelings.
- instil sth in sb We try to make our education system instil in students a life-long love of learning.
American spelling is "instill in".
The team's new manager is trying to instil in the players a belief in
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