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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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Islamic dress has been less of an issue in the United States, where Muslim communities tend to be more assimilated than in Europe.
Other language scholars say that today's immigrant children -- mostly Latino -- are assimilated quicker than their mostly European counterparts at the turn of the century, who stayed ethnically isolated.
Gerald Early comments that Du Bois "saw blacks as being caught, Hamlet-like, between the issue of" living as "an assimilated American" or "an unassimilated Negro" (xx).
Many savants predicted a hundred years ago that the immigrants of their day could never be assimilated," he writes in his recent book The New Americans (Regnery).
Recently the company acquired the Beck's brand, but has not yet assimilated Beck's North America into Labatt U.
The brain uses what it has absorbed and assimilated to give action to the person.
High-quality supplements can be assimilated faster than regular food, and can be superior (or more practical) in certain situations.
Orestes Brownson, in an 1884 essay titled "Native Americanism," wrote that the Irish and all other immigrants "must ultimately lose their own nationality and become assimilated in general character to the Anglo-American race.
According to Mendes-Flohr, in order to properly enter the worldview of the Literatenjuden it is necessary to challenge two commonly held assumptions: (1) German Jews had confidently and unabashedly assimilated into German culture of the nineteenth- and twentieth- centuries; and (2) this assimilation precluded any continued commitment to Judaism or Jewish identity.
Parker observed: "DRIP Investor succeeds because of its design restraint and the ease with which its contents can be assimilated.
We shouldn't recruit only those from the minority communities who have been fully assimilated into the majority culture.
As for the psychological mystery of this child's-world view of adult privilege, Sargent's friend Henry James (whose portrait he painted) distilled it as "the sense it gives us of assimilated secrets.
Russell says she sees Russian dancers "being assimilated more than having a major impact on American dance.
American Jews have neither converted in any significant number nor assimilated.
BEST is full of savvy advice on how to succeed without being assimilated.