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assimilate

verb [I or T]
 
 
/əˈsɪm.ɪ.leɪt/
to take in, fit into, or become similar (to)
吸收;融入;加入;(使)同化
The European Union should remain flexible enough to assimilate more countries quickly.
欧盟应该保持足够的灵活性,以加快步伐吸收更多的国家为其成员。
You shouldn't expect immigrants to assimilate into an alien culture immediately.
你不应该指望移民能够马上融入一种外国文化中。
It's hard to assimilate (= learn and understand) so much information.
很难吸收这么多的信息。
In this form vitamins can be easily assimilated by the body.
在这种形态下,维生素非常易于身体吸收。
Including and containingComprising and consisting of
assimilable
 
 
/əˈsɪm.ɪ.lə.bl̩/ adjective
A textbook needs to be assimilable (= able to be understood) to sell a lot of copies.
一本教材只有通俗易懂才能卖得好。
Easy to understand
assimilation
 
 
/əˌsɪm.ɪˈleɪ.ʃən/ noun [U]
The assimilation of ethnic Germans in the US was accelerated by the two world wars.
两次世界大战加速了美国对德国移民的民族同化。
Including and containingComprising and consisting of
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