asimilar


asimilar
v.
1 to assimilate (idea, conocimientos, alimentos).
El cuerpo asimila los nutrientes The body assimilates the nutrients.
2 to compare.
3 to grant equal rights to.
4 to understand, to assimilate.
El estudiante asimiló la materia The student understood the subject.
5 to make alike, to conform.
6 to take in, to embrace.
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asimilar
verbo transitivo
1 to assimilate
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verb
to assimilate
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1.
VT to assimilate
2.
See:
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verbo transitivo
1) <alimentos/ideas/cultura> to assimilate
2) (equiparar)

asimilar algo/a alguien con or a algo/alguien — to put something/somebody on an equal footing with something/somebody

3) (en boxeo) <golpes> to take, soak up (colloq)
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= assimilate, digest, internalise [internalize, -USA], take in, co-opt, get + a handle on, have + a handle on.
Ex. The concern is that this sudden and increased flow of information is simply going to overwhelm us -- far more information than any of us can monitor and assimilate.
Ex. It remains important that the abstract be an accurate representation of the content of the document, and that the abstract be easy for the reader to scan and digest.
Ex. Such externalization helps learners internalize concepts, and organize relevant knowledge and generally leads to improved learning.
Ex. People like to browse the books and magazines, take in the ambiance, and be seen and perceived as a patron of the arts and literature.
Ex. Social workers accused librarians of moving into their territory, of co-opting their activity, of doing social work without training, of being representative of establishment interests.
Ex. Children get a handle on personal responsibility by holding a library card of their own, a card that gives them access to new worlds.
Ex. 'I sure wish I had a better handle on this contract language,' he said.
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* sin asimilar = undigested.
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verbo transitivo
1) <alimentos/ideas/cultura> to assimilate
2) (equiparar)

asimilar algo/a alguien con or a algo/alguien — to put something/somebody on an equal footing with something/somebody

3) (en boxeo) <golpes> to take, soak up (colloq)
* * *
= assimilate, digest, internalise [internalize, -USA], take in, co-opt, get + a handle on, have + a handle on.

Ex: The concern is that this sudden and increased flow of information is simply going to overwhelm us -- far more information than any of us can monitor and assimilate.

Ex: It remains important that the abstract be an accurate representation of the content of the document, and that the abstract be easy for the reader to scan and digest.
Ex: Such externalization helps learners internalize concepts, and organize relevant knowledge and generally leads to improved learning.
Ex: People like to browse the books and magazines, take in the ambiance, and be seen and perceived as a patron of the arts and literature.
Ex: Social workers accused librarians of moving into their territory, of co-opting their activity, of doing social work without training, of being representative of establishment interests.
Ex: Children get a handle on personal responsibility by holding a library card of their own, a card that gives them access to new worlds.
Ex: 'I sure wish I had a better handle on this contract language,' he said.
* sin asimilar = undigested.

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asimilar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹alimentos› to assimilate, absorb; ‹conocimientos/ideas› to assimilate, take in, absorb; ‹cultura› to assimilate
2 (Ling) to assimilate
B (equiparar) asimilar algo/a algn CON or A algo/algn:
asimilar las industrias estatales con el sector privado to put state industries on an equal footing with the private sector
C (en boxeo) ‹golpes› to take, soak up (colloq)
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asimilar (conjugate asimilar) verbo transitivo
1alimentos/ideas/culturato assimilate
2 (en boxeo) ‹golpesto take, soak up (colloq)
asimilar verbo transitivo to assimilate
'asimilar' also found in these entries:
English:
assimilate
- digest
- take in
- absorb
- digestible
- take
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asimilar
vt
1. [idea, conocimientos] to assimilate
2. [alimentos] to assimilate
3. [asumir] to take in;
todavía no han asimilado la derrota they still haven't taken in the defeat
4. [equiparar] to grant equal rights to;
asimilaron los profesores al resto de funcionarios teachers' pay was brought into line with that of other public sector employees
5. Ling to assimilate
See also the pronominal verb asimilarse
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asimilar
v/t assimilate
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asimilar vt
: to assimilate
See also the reflexive verb asimilarse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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