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Synonyms for absorb

to take in (moisture or liquid)

to occupy the full attention of

to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

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take up mentally

take up, as of debts or payments

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suck or take up or in

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assimilate or take in

consume all of one's attention or time

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Abbott added that its Absorb stent, which was sold commercially as the Absorb GT1 Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold (BVS) system, has been used to treat more than 150,0001 people in more than 100 countries around the world.
The Absorb GT1 BVS is contraindicated for patients who have a known hypersensitivity or allergy to everolimus or the materials used in the device, such as poly(L-lactide), poly(D,L-lactide), or platinum.
Abbott has completed one clinical trial called ABSORB and currently is conducting a second trial called ABSORB EXTEND to evaluate the company's bioresorbable device for the treatment of coronary artery disease.
Chitosan absorbs fats and oils around six to ten times its weight.
While the skin absorbs a very small percentage of the aluminum in antiperspirants, studies show, natural health advocates raise questions about the effects of constant exposure.
This system absorbs over 90% of the damaging force, providing optimum safety and security during earthquakes as severe as the Kobe earthquake of 1995.
THAT'S BECAUSE THE TREES THAT THEY REPLACE CONSTANTLY ABSORB OR SEQUESTER WATER AND POLLUTANTS.
Healthcare company Abbott (NYSE:ABT) reported on Tuesday the receipt of the CE Mark for the latest advancement of its Absorb stent system, called Absorb GT1, to help doctors treat people with heart disease, the cause of death for men and women around the world and coronary artery disease is the most common type of heart disease.
Abbott Laboratories has announced that it has concluded enrolment of three clinical tests on a drug-eluting coronary bioresorbable vascular scaffold (BVS) device, called Absorb.
How many trees would it take to absorb the carbon dioxide that's produced when you use everyday appliances?
As the darker materials absorb more solar radiation than lighter ones do, they increase local warming, so these changes in albedo tend to be self-amplifying.
However, the contaminants on the tool surface absorb the laser energy and are quickly vaporized.
Disposable diapers are currently the third largest source of landfill waste, in part due to the petroleum-based gels they're packed with to absorb wetness.
If a new city were to take over the facility, it would have to absorb those costs.
Two energy-absorbing polyurethane foam systems from Miles' Polymers Division were critical to the deploying door trim, allowing it to help absorb side impact forces, thereby reducing the forces on vehicle occupants.