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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We hope to quickly assimilate into the local market through in-depth cooperation with local Japanese companies.
I'm Jared Taylor with American Renaissance, i urge you to vote for Donald Trump because Donald Trump is the one candidate who points out that we should accept immigrants who are good for America. We don't need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people who will assimilate to our culture. Vote Donald Trump.
It did make me feel really good, and I think the probiotics helped me assimilate nutrients and helped me heal.
They're learning to assimilate and they have to be like the other kids, not only to avoid racism, but just to advance in what they're doing, we need to have these bridge areas where they can feel safe in what they do, but also become part of society.
If we can, when we have established individual discipline, arrange the children, sending each one to his own place, in order, trying to make them understand the idea that thus placed they look well, and that it is a good thing to be thus placed in order, that it is a good and pleasing arrangement in the room, this ordered and tranquil adjustment of theirs -- then their remaining in their places, quiet and silent, is the result of a species of lesson, not an imposition. To make them understand the idea, without calling their attention too forcibly to the practice, to have them assimilate a principle of collective order -- that is the important thing.
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- наподобявам, асимилирам, усвоявамBulgarian
- assimilarCatalan, Valencian
- sulauttaa, omaksua, rinnastaa, sisäistääFinnish
- assimiler, digérer, absorberFrench
- integreren, assimileren, vergelijkenDutch
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