- indoctrinate (v.)
- 1620s, "to teach," from in- (2) "in" + Latin doctrina "teaching" (see doctrine). Meaning "to imbue with an idea or opinion" first recorded 1832. Related: Indoctrinated; indoctrinating. The earlier verb was indoctrine (c. 1500).
- 1. The writer wants to indoctrinate the readers with the idea.
- 2. I wouldn't say that she was trying to indoctrinate us.
- 3. Indoctrinate the importance of always having a feasible Master Schedule in place.
- 4. French intellectuals debate whether the stories indoctrinate kids into free - market capitalism.
- 5. You cannot even being yourself, needless to indoctrinate others.
- 自己都无法把人做好的人, 要如何来领导别人?
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