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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of engrain.
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Walking is like that, it engrains the basic and the simple rules of life into your head as you push forward.
Goldman engrains its culture from the start: recruits go through a grueling hiring process, which includes upwards of eight interviews.
Khalid Bostan, of Turtle Wax, said: 'When it comes down, the ash engrains itself within rain droplets falling directly onto paintwork.
The climbing of Becky's career is always offset by Derek Smeath's pursuit, which engrains Becky's embarrassment and is highlighted by her attendance to Shopaholics Anonymous.
When a bank engrains itself into the historical framework of a village, you're really going to take notice.
Lisbon engrains that principle into the decision making structure of the EU.
She started engrains with us, smiling, laughing and playing with toys.