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Translation of "absorb" - English-Turkish dictionary

absorb

verb [T]
 
 
/əbˈzɔːb/
LIQUID If a substance absorbs a liquid, it takes it in through its surface and holds it.
emmek, içine çekmek
The fabric absorbs all the moisture, keeping your skin dry.Physical and chemical processes
be absorbed in sth B2 to give all your attention to something that you are doing
bütün dikkatini bir şeye vermek, yoğunlaşmak
Simon was so absorbed in his computer game, he didn't notice me come in.Knowing and learningContinually thinking aboutExcited, interested and enthusiastic
REMEMBER to understand and remember facts that you read or hear
gerçekleri anlamak ve hatırlamak
It's hard to absorb so much information.Knowing and learning
BECOME PART OF B2 If something is absorbed into something else, it becomes part of it.
bir şeyi içine sindirmek, kabullenmek, onun bir parçası olmak
The drug is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream.Physical and chemical processes
(Definition of absorb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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