Engrave meaning

ĕn-grāv
To carve, cut, or etch into a material.

Engraved the champion's name on the trophy.

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To carve, cut, or etch a design or letters into.

Engraved the silver watch with my monogram.

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To impress deeply as if by carving or etching.

The experience was engraved into his memory.

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To cut or incise letters, designs, etc. in or on (a surface)
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To impress deeply or permanently on the mind or memory, as though by engraving.
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To cut or incise (a picture, letters, etc.) into a metal plate, wooden block, etc. for printing.
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To print with such a plate, block, etc.
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To carve text or symbols into (something), usually for the purposes of identification or art.

He engraved the plaque with his name.

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To carve (something) into a material.

He engraved his name.

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(obsolete) To put in a grave, to bury.
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Origin of engrave

  • From earlier ingrave, equivalent to en- +‎ grave (“to carve, engrave”). More at grave.

    From Wiktionary

  • From en- +‎ grave.

    From Wiktionary