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absorb
æb'sɔːrb
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Cause to become one with.
  2. Consume all of one's attention or time.
  3. Devote (oneself) fully to.
  4. Take up mentally.
  5. Assimilate or take in.
  6. Take in, also metaphorically.
  7. Become imbued.
  8. Take up, as of debts or payments.
  9. Suck or take up or in.
Hyphenationab•sorb
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
Matching Results
吸收xīshōuto absorb; to assimilate; to ingest; to recruit
吸引xīyǐnto attract (interest, investment etc)
接受jiēshòuto accept; to receive
并入bìngrùto merge into; to incorporate in
专心zhuānxīnto concentrate; absorption; concentration; engrossed
吞灭tūnmièto absorb
吸湿xīshīto absorb; absorbent
吸留xīliúto absorb; to take in and retain
摄取shèqǔto absorb (nutrients etc); to assimilate; intake; to take a photograph of (a scene)
吸取xīqǔto absorb; to draw (a lesson, insight etc); to assimilate
吸纳xīnàto take in; to absorb; to admit; to accept
摄入shèrùto take in; to absorb; to consume; intake; consumption
nièto take in; to absorb, (non-classical form of ) a kind of spring fishing net; a kind of small net with a handle used to catch fishes or birds
tūnswallow; absorb
shèto take in; to absorb; to assimilate; to act for; to take a photo; photo shoot; photo; to conserve (one's health)
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