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Spanish translation of “digest”

digest

verb /daiˈdʒest/
to break up (food) in the stomach etc and turn it into a form which the body can use
digerir
The patient had to have food that was easy to digest.
to take in and think over (information etc)
digerir, asimilar
It took me some minutes to digest what he had said.
digestible adjective able to be digested
digerible
This food is scarcely digestible.
digestion /-tʃən/ noun the act of digesting food
digestión
The stomach manufactures acid as an aid to digestion.
the ability of one’s body to digest food
digestión
poor digestion.
digestive /-tiv/ adjective of digestion
digestivo
the human digestive system.
(Definition of digest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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