a periodical that summarizes the news
something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)
convert food into absorbable substances
"I cannot digest milk products"
arrange and integrate in the mind
"I cannot digest all this information"
digest, endure, stick out, stomach, bear, stand, tolerate, support, brook, abide, suffer, put up(verb)
put up with something or somebody unpleasant
"I cannot bear his constant criticism"; "The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks"; "he learned to tolerate the heat"; "She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage"
bide, project, ache, hold out, run, endure, affirm, underpin, carry, stand up, assume, have, hold, last, sustain, confirm, fend, stay, weather, take over, go, jut, endorse, jut out, turn out, deport, prevail, comport, set up, behave, die hard, pay, jump out, remain firm, offer, tolerate, deliver, indorse, hurt, abide, condense, raise, fend for, back up, stomach, birth, patronage, stand out, live, contribute, stick out, meet, brook, expect, patronize, suffer, concentrate, protrude, acquit, substantiate, brave out, survive, domiciliate, get, put forward, stand, can, post, plunk for, persist, live on, have a bun in the oven, give birth, back, jump, allow, rear, lose, place upright, wear, house, contain, leap out, bear, patronise, subscribe, hold up, corroborate, provide, erect, defend, brave, put up, tin, keep going, accept, bear out, support, resist, plump for, nominate, yield, gestate, permit, conduct
become assimilated into the body
"Protein digests in a few hours"
systematize, as by classifying and summarizing
"the government digested the entire law into a code"
soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture
digest, condense, concentrate(verb)
make more concise
"condense the contents of a book into a summary"
decoct, reduce, condense, put up, stand, suffer, boil down, centralise, abide, support, stomach, distill, brook, centre, center, stick out, tolerate, distil, rivet, contract, focus, endure, pore, concentrate, bear, centralize
soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture
English Synonyms and Antonyms
An abridgment gives the most important portions of a work substantially as they stand. An outline or synopsis is a kind of sketch closely following the plan. An abstract or digest is an independent statement of what the book contains. An analysis draws out the chief thoughts or arguments, whether expressed or implied. A summary is the most condensed statement of results or conclusions. An epitome, compend, or compendium is a condensed view of a subject, whether derived from a previous publication or not. We may have an abridgment of a dictionary, but not an analysis, abstract, digest, or summary. We may have an epitome of religion, a compendium of English literature, but not an abridgment. Compare ABBREVIATION.
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How to use digest in a sentence?
The market is taking a pause as it tries to digest mixed reports that give us different ideas of future supply and demand, the OPEC-plus meeting could give us a little direction.
We just got the notification late last night, we have to digest it, we have to work through the policy angles, the military angles, I want to hear from my commanders, but United States know in my view it's unfortunate that they would make this move.
I'll stand by my previous statement that I've never been involved in wrongdoing, any unlawful activity, any misappropriation of federal funds, and I think that there's a lot for us to digest once we see the indictment.
Obviously I have a lot of information to digest in just the motion to dismiss itself, it's going to take me a while to grasp all of that.
We expect a risk-off attitude in financial markets to continue as investors digest the potential impact of Brexit and as geopolitical risks remain high.
Translations for digest
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- هضم, استوعبArabic
- смилам се, смилам, разбирам, усвоявам, сборник, резюмеBulgarian
- aufschließen, verdaulich sein, verdauen, DigestGerman
- digerir, resumenSpanish
- yhteenveto, annostella, sulattaa, järjestellä, sulaa, luokitella, tiivistelmäFinnish
- digérer, revue, digeste, revue de presseFrench
- cnàmhScottish Gaelic
- עיכל, הִתְעַכֵּלHebrew
- 消化, ダイジェストJapanese
- ordenen, verteren, overzicht, compendium, overdenkenDutch
- compêndio, digerirPortuguese
- mistui, digeraRomanian
- сборник, дайджест, переварить, усваивать, усвоить, переваривать, обзорRussian
- перетравлювати, травитиUkrainian
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