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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).
Although many of our people have assimilated and are now Christians, within every tribe there is a core group of people who prefer the old ways and customs and seek to preserve and practice them.
The underlying assumption of the government of this period was that the American Indians were to be assimilated into the American culture of individual property, agrarian production and Christianity.
And while expellees' children generally assimilated to West and East German societies, grandchildren often developed a certain nostalgia for their grandparents' homelands.
When Jesus' word and way are assimilated, he becomes 'habit forming"' (p.
While most Americans favor some control over immigration, not out of native prejudices but rather out of fear of whether such high numbers can be assimilated, the elites in government, universities, and business favor such immigration, just as, according to Buchanan, they favor the continued globalization of the world's economy.
Muslims, on the other hand, are far less likely to be assimilated.
The treaty's interest article covered, among other things, "income assimilated to income from money lent by the taxation law" of a source country.
Sure we're a nation of immigrants, they'll allow, but the past waves of immigrants came from European stock and were assimilated.
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.