assimilate


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to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

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take up mentally

become similar to one's environment

make similar

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take (gas, light or heat) into a solution

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become similar in sound

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Owing to having younger leaves with lower photosynthesizing area, the treatment of the removal of the lower leaves of cab had lower assimilate reserve in stem.
3D design, engineering and entertainment software company Autodesk Inc (Nasdaq:ADSK) and digital cinema technologies developer ASSIMILATE Inc have announced an agreement to settle a pending lawsuit for copyright infringement brought by Autodesk's subsidiary, Autodesk Canada Co, against ASSIMILATE.
Running ASSIMILATE SCRATCH CINE with the NVIDIAA; QuadroA; FX 3800 SDI by PNY and dual RED Rocket accelerator cards, this system is designed for managing all aspects of the data workflow for stereoscopic RED production on set.
Despite centuries of dire, unfulfilled predictions that this generation of immigrants won't assimilate, experience, time and again, tells us otherwise.
First, sovereign nations must protect their borders for the simple fact that they can only assimilate so many immigrants at any one time.
The political space and the different doctrines in these states, whether recognized or denied, enabled the Kurds to either assimilate or not.
That intent is to assimilate our population and culture into the Canadian mix.
Similar to the way churches and government sought to "assimilate" Canadian aboriginal peoples and use their cultures to attract tourists to the provinces, there now seems to be a push to assimilate the artifacts of religious culture to a "common sense" understanding of Canada as a secular society, eh?
Co-written by Larry Ullman and Marc Liyanage (professional trainers of software engineers), Visual Quickstart Guide: C Programming is a text specifically intended for beginning to intermediate-level programmers who need to assimilate the basics of programming in C as swiftly as possible.
In these enclaves, they retain many aspects of Mexican culture and assimilate into American society at a slower rate than previous ethnic groups did; Mexican-Americans have been relatively slow to become citizens, and their children continue to underperform academically.
Trainees with low efficacy remain stagnant in their cognitive development due to their inability to assimilate and/or accommodate information from new experiences (Ronnestad & Skovholt, (1993), Birk, (1972), and Arbuckle, (1965).
The Borg assimilate all groups and individuals they meet, then turn them into robots under a unified command.
To read is to eat, to eat is to read-such is the oral obsession of the hermeneutic tradition, from the founders of biblical exegesis all the way up to Hans-Georg Gadamer's Verschmelzung, his attempt to assimilate and digest the texts he reads.