- vt. 使…根深蒂固；就…原料染色；生染
- n. 固有品质；原纱染色；生染的纤维
- adj. 生染的；原纱染色的；根深蒂固的
- n. (Ingrain)人名；(法)安格兰；(西)因格拉因
- ingrain:  Ingrain means literally ‘work into the grain’ (of fabric, originally) – whence the main metaphorical sense of ingrained, ‘deepseated’. But there is much more to the story of ingrain than that. Its ultimate source was engrainer ‘dye’, an Old French verb based on graine ‘cochineal dye’. English borrowed this in the 14th century as engrain ‘dye crimson with cochineal’, which remained a live sense of the word into the 17th century.
Gradually awareness of the word’s original specific connections with the colour crimson died out, and the verb was virtually formed anew in the mid 17th century using the concept of the grain or ‘texture’ of cloth, but the spelling engrain remained, and remains as a secondary variant to this day, to remind us of the word’s origins.
- ingrain (v.)
- 1766, see engrain. Figurative use, of qualities, habits, etc., attested from 1851 (in ingrained). Of dyed carpets, etc., 1766, from in grain.
- 1. Training camp, he said, will quickly ingrain those principles.
- 2. Ingrain into your website, your unique affiliate links, wherever you see fit.
- 植入到你的网站, 你的独特从属环节, 你认为在哪里.
- 3. Mother tried to ingrain respect for our elders in us.
- 4. Just ingrain it in your brain.
- 5. Ingrain diamter determination , fist the desulfurization rate should be ensured, to obtain the optimized economic index.
- 石灰石粒径确定原则为在保证一定脱硫率的前提下, 获取最优的经济指标.
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