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Correct spelling:
instruct

What does the acronym instruct stand for?

INSTRUCT abbreviation definitions:
–  Implementing The Nctm School Teaching Recommendations Using Collaborative Telecommunications
–  Interactive System for Teaching Retrieval Using Computational Techniques

Synonyms:

noun
instruct
apprise, learn, apprize, teach.
verb
advise
recommend, notify, advocate, prompt, consult, confer, direct, advise, brief, encourage, caution, counsel, inform, guide, suggest, warn, cue, admonish.
communication
teach, learn, instruct.
inform, teach
drill, tutor, notify, ground, give lessons, enlighten, keep posted, coach, acquaint, school, brainwash, brief, advise, counsel, engineer, drum into, wise up, discipline, lecture, reveal, tell, guide, level, update, break it to, steer, disclose, clue in, apprise, train, pilot, educate, lead, break in.
order, command
bid, charge, define, direct, assign, prescribe, warn, enjoin.
teach
school, lecture, indoctrinate, enlighten, educate, instill, train, imbue, coach, teach, drill, edify, tutor, inculcate.
Examples of usage:
  1. His duty was to instruct the people, to help them to overcome temptation, and to make very clear to them the way of duty. – The Makers and Teachers of Judaism by Charles Foster Kent
  2. Then he produced some papers, and putting on big horn spectacles, proceeded to instruct me in them. – Salute to Adventurers by John Buchan
  3. After the usual delay, her father told her she should instruct a solicitor to apply to the insurance company for the six thousand pounds. – A Simpleton by Charles Reade
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