過去式：insinuated 過去分詞：insinuated 現在分詞：insinuating
- 1. 使逐漸而巧妙地取得；使迂迴地滲入[（+into）]
He tried to insinuate himself into the boss's favor. 他設法巧妙地漸漸取得老板的歡心。
- 2. 含沙射影地說；暗示；暗指[（+to）][+（that）]
She insinuated to us that her partner had embezzled funds. 她旁敲側擊地指出她的合夥人盜用了資金。
- 1. 說含沙射影的話；暗諷
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...organization in which you cannot not learn becasue learning is so insinuated into the fabric of life" Senge, P.M.(1990) The ...