In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1adoctrinarshe's been thoroughly indoctrinated — le han hecho un lavado de cerebro
- to indoctrinate sb with / in sth — adoctrinar a algn en algo
- to indoctrinate sth into sb — inculcarle algo a algn
- Has an atheist who practices religion in Borneo overcome the beliefs he was indoctrinated with?
- She begs him to teach and indoctrinate her into the ways of what he does.
- But both parties must realise that marriage is a far less definitive, far less protective and far less stable force than we are indoctrinated to believe.
- The consumer media culture indoctrinates us into believing that what we do for work and the success we have there is a measure of our worth as individuals.
- If the attempts are successful, students will be indoctrinated with pseudoscientific beliefs and will leave school with warped and restricted views of reality.
- At 10 he was shipped off to a Roman Catholic military academy in Los Angeles where he was indoctrinated by ‘tough Irish nuns’.
- Once you are indoctrinated into these organizations, there's no turning back.
- Her character talks about how having a baby indoctrinates you, like it or not, into a great big club.
- I was born into a staunch Roman Catholic family and was indoctrinated with those beliefs as I grew up.
- I dropped my belief in a god several years ago and I was indoctrinated in one of the most religiously oriented states in America.
- At school, like my peers, I was indoctrinated in the mysteries of original and venal sin, virgin birth, the respective criteria for entry to limbo, purgatory, and heaven.
- According to theologian, we are all indoctrinated in the myth of redemptive violence: The basic belief that violence can create peace.
- ‘If our aim is to indoctrinate students with unpatriotic beliefs,’ he said, ‘we're obviously doing a very poor job of it’.
- Nurses have been indoctrinated with the belief that doctors are capable of exercising only a cold, scientific medical model.
- Would they brainwash and indoctrinate me with utopian, sci-fi visions of an alternate reality?
- But feminism has too fully indoctrinated us in the idea that the female position is necessarily the weaker one.
- Each episode their singing slowly indoctrinated me into the religion known as modern music.
- In some societies children are indoctrinated in religious beliefs and values.
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