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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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Gholizadeh and Ahqar [7] stated that the students with the diverger learning styles had significantly higher selfefficacy ratio than the students' with the converger, assimilator, and accommodator learning styles.
Then concrete experience scores is subtracted of the abstract conceptualization scores and the reflective observation scores is subtracted of the active experimentation scores, that these scores (AC-CE, AE-RO) represents the four learning styles: assimilator, diverger, converger, and accommodator [13].
According to LSI scores, a learner is categorized as an Accommodator, a Diverger, an Assimilator, or a Converger.
Hundreds of assimilators are in print, some of them focusing on the general intercultural issues, including expectations, stress, communication and language issues, value differences, and adjustment.
Like the assimilators, convergers are precise and logical, abstract and systematic in their thinking, and tend to focus on more thoughtful understanding.
Thus, a perpetual cycle of economics major assimilators is created.
Then, against those who like the sound of their voice: the fierce legion of assimilators.
Assimilators stress the role of reflective observation and abstract conceptualization, while executors (Kolb's original terminology was accommodators), combine active experimentation with concrete experience.
Assimilators incorporate learning modes using reflective observation and abstract conceptualization (Richmond and Cummings, 2005; Kolb, 1984).
They maintain that there are four main types of learners: Assimilators, Accommodators, Divergers, and Convergers.
According to Boaz's memoirs, "Masses of Poles came to see Di amerikanerin; Warsaw assimilators were not embarrassed to come to the Yiddish theater .
A Theoretical Framework for the More Efficient Construction of Culture Assimilators, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 8, 3, 1984, pp.
Other students are assimilators who value goal attainment and personal effectiveness, while some prefer a converger approach with an emphasis on utility and achieving results.
Manochehr (2006) found that while learning styles were irrelevant for instructor based classes, Assimilator and Convergor learning styles performed better in a web-based learning environment.