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Noun
A methodical summary of a body of laws
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“For all retention decisions based on a legal requirement, the documentation should show a brief digest of the law, together with its citation.”
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A shortened version of a written work
“On the ballot there will be a digest of the proposed law that is to be submitted for voter approval.”
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A printed sheet published periodically
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A set of facts, figures or information systematically displayed, especially in columns
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(US) A concise summary
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The reporting of news, especially by an eyewitness
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A collection of songs or musical compositions issued in one album
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One in a series of volumes
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A systematic collection of laws or statutes
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To break down (food) in the alimentary canal into substances that can be absorbed and used by the body
“In the pancreas, thick mucus blocks the channels that would normally carry important enzymes to the intestines to digest foods.”
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Arrange in a systematic or convenient order, especially by reduction
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“The group will eventually digest the data into reports, which will serve as irrefutable evidence in the court of public opinion.”
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Come to understand
“I merely offer the opportunity for readers of this weblog to digest the information provided by the respected French newspaper.”
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To arrange or assign according to type
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“This volume digests the state's laws regarding drugs and alcohol for easy reference by local authorities.”
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To put up with
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To be aware
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To give serious and careful thought to
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To allow (something that one dislikes or disagrees with) to exist or occur without interference
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To consume (food or drink) without feeling or being sick
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Pay close attention to
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To reflect on and make sense of information, or a concept
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To occupy or draw attention elsewhere
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To observe or undergo events contributing to one's knowledge
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To hold or display a specified thought or emotion
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Cut or shortened, especially of a literary work
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