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Translation of "absorb" - English-Spanish dictionary

absorb

verb   /əbˈzɔːb/
to take in liquid, gas, or heat and hold it absorber Cook the rice until all the liquid has been absorbed.
to understand and remember something asimilar It’s hard to absorb so much information.
(Definition of absorb from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

absorb

verb /əbˈzoːb/
to soak up absorber The roots of the plant absorb water and nutrients from soil.
to take up the whole attention of (a person) absorber He was completely absorbed in his book.
to learn and understand new information Aprender You have to absorb a lot of information in a short time on an intensive course.
to make something smaller become part of something bigger Absorber Venice was absorbed into the kingdom of Italy.
absorbent adjective
able to soak up absorbente an absorbent kitchen towel.
absorbing adjective
interesting and holding your attention Absorbente The novel is an absorbing read from beginning to end.
absorption /-ˈzoːp-/ noun
absorción the absorption of water by leaves.
(Definition of absorb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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