absorb, assimilate, ingest, take in(verb)
take up mentally
"he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
earn, take in, engulf, put one over, gather in, suck up, invite, befool, adopt, slang, gull, engross, pull in, put on, view, soak up, take, have, suck, occupy, make, see, take over, collect, gain, steep, ingest, realise, sop up, watch, receive, clear, imbibe, plunge, cod, fool, draw, bring in, overhear, catch, absorb, dupe, realize, immerse, consume, put one across, take up, engage, suck in
become similar to one's environment
"Immigrants often want to assimilate quickly"
"This country assimilates immigrants very quickly"
take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
become similar in sound
"The nasal assimilates to the following consonant"
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He showed us what it was to assimilate to and embrace other cultures without losing your identity, an anthropologist that used his music to speak to every person. With his unique style of music he traversed cultural barriers like few others. In many of us he awakened awareness.
It did make me feel really good, and I think the probiotics helped me assimilate nutrients and helped me heal.
You can call them whatever term you want but absolutely there are neighborhoods where we have communities of people that don't want to integrate, don't want to assimilate, they're actually going in there to colonize, to overtake the culture. That's what's going to happen in America if we're not careful.
Three different reports on assimilation by the National Academy of Science, the OECD, and [a University of Washington economist] all found immigrants integrating well without a federal program. The feds have a difficult enough time managing the Post Office, they should not be entrusted with the important task of helping immigrants assimilate.
Driven by multi-billion dollar budgets, tight deadlines, and sophisticated digital database systems, this unprecedented campaign has enabled Xinjiang's government to assimilate and indoctrinate children in closed environments by separating them from their parents, this separation can take various forms and degrees, including full daycare during work days, entire work weeks, and longer-term full-time separation.
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- наподобявам, асимилирам, усвоявамBulgarian
- assimilarCatalan, Valencian
- sulauttaa, omaksua, rinnastaa, sisäistääFinnish
- assimiler, digérer, absorberFrench
- integreren, assimileren, vergelijkenDutch
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