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digest

verb [T]
 
 
/daɪˈdʒest/
FOOD to change food in your stomach into substances that your body can use: Your stomach contains acid to help you digest your food.The digestive system
INFORMATION to read and understand new information: You need to give me time to digest this report.Understanding and comprehending
digestible adjective easy to digestEdible and inedible
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