To Accept Something
To Take In
transitive verb, ichidan verb
Remember 受ける (to receive something) and 入れる (to put in)? This just combines those two. You receive something, and put it into your heart. You accept it. So this verb means to accept something or to take in.
You can use this verb for all kinds of acceptance, such as accepting an apology, accepting exchange students to your school, etc.
You should know how to read both 受ける and 入れる, so you should be good to go!
He has the open-mindedness to accept everything.
People can only grow by accepting themselves.
This school welcomes international students as well.