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assimilate

verb   /əˈsɪm.ɪ.leɪt/
to become part of a group, country, society, etc., or to make someone or something become part of a group, country, society, etc. asimilar, integrarse The European Union should remain flexible enough to assimilate more countries quickly. You shouldn’t expect immigrants to assimilate into an alien culture immediately.1965
to understand and remember new information and make it part of your basic knowledge so that you can use it as your own asimilar It’s hard to assimilate so much information.1123
to absorb food or a substance into the tissue of a living organism asimilar In this form vitamins can be easily assimilated by the body.
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assimilable adjective   /-lə.bl̩/
(Definition of assimilate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

assimilate

verb /əˈsiməleit/
to take in and digest asimilar Plants assimilate food from the earth I can’t assimilate all these facts at once.
assimilation noun
asimilación the assimilation of immigrants into American society.
(Definition of assimilate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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