- vt. 徐徐滴入；逐渐灌输
- 1.to instill an idea into somebody's mind
- 2.It's up to us——as fathers and parents——to instill this ethic of excellence in our children.
- 3.Do teachers still try to instill a desire to learn in their students, as they once did, or is that a forgotten art?
- 1.impart gradually
- 2.enter drop by drop
- 3.produce or try to produce a vivid impression of
- 4.teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions
- 5.fill, as with a certain quality
- 灌输; （慢慢地）滴注，灌输; 慢慢地灌输; (慢慢地)滴注，灌输;
- Instill Uprising
- Instill Doubt
- Instill Energy
- instill or reinforce