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To have derived from
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To have understood based on given information
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“Sally needed a few moments to assimilate what Harry had just said to her.”
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To have involved or engaged in deeply
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To have discerned from given information
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To have acquired something, usually over a period of time
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Past tense for to assimilate into a body, structure or system
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“Fairweather was one of the first artists to assimilate indigenous art into his own works.”
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Past tense for to join or take part in (a social group)
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“We are doing our best to help our new staff members assimilate into the culture of the company.”
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Past tense for to adopt or adapt to a new environment
“The children of the immigrants were able to shed the customs, traditions, and folkways of their countries of origin and adapt and assimilate to the conditions of life in the new land.”
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Past tense for to describe as, or compare to something, similar
“One might assimilate the 19th-century American captains of industry and commerce to the medieval barons who exorbitantly taxed shipping along the Rhine.”
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Past tense for to cause to be acclimatized or used to something
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Past tense for to acquire new information or skill
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Past tense for to be consistent with
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Past tense for to cause (something) to conform to a standard
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Past tense for to describe as, or compare to something, similar
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Past tense for to ingest or consume, especially food or drink)
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Past tense for to observe or undergo events contributing to one's knowledge
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Past tense for to change another's belief, especially regarding religion
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Past tense for to reflect on and make sense of information, or a concept
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Past tense for assimilate to a different culture, typically the dominant one
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Became one of
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Past tense for to hold or display a specified thought or emotion
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With various parts or aspects linked or coordinated
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Gained by personal exertion
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Soaked up
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Consisting of different qualities or elements
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