take in and appropriate as nourishment
take into the mind and thoroughly comprehend
"he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
"Immigrants often want to assimilate quickly"
"This country assimilates immigrants very quickly"
"The nasal assimilates to the following consonant"
Falsehood by long use is assimilated to the mind, as poison to the body.
出自： S. Johnson
Marx and Engels..had assimilated with remarkable rapidity the social and historical thinking of their time.
出自： E. Wilson
Poussin was a learned artist who had studied and assimilated the poses of antique sculpture.
出自： K. Clark
Showed a detailed knowledge of the subject matter which could not have been assimilated within so short a time.
出自： H. Wilson
They tried to assimilate themselves into the new community.
他们试图使自己与新社区的居民融为一体。 assimilate into sth
Some foreigners assimilate easily into our way of life.
People of different nationalities often take some time to be assimilated into a country.
Many people who are disillusioned in reality assimilate life to a dream.
Consonants are frequently assimilated to neighbouring consonants.
By living a long time with the Indians, he was assimilated to them in his thinking and actions.