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To process or break down, especially food in the alimentary canal
“In the pancreas, thick mucus blocks the channels that would normally carry important enzymes to the intestines to digest foods.”
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To comprehend or come to understand
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“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 consider or think about something
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“She needs time to digest the facts and plan her response before speaking with you.”
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To assort according to type, category or class
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“Competent persons will be appointed to revise and digest the laws of this state.”
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To rearrange or reorganize by reduction or summarization
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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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To bear or endure comfortably or patiently
“I never can digest the loss of most of Origen's works.”
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To allow (something that one dislikes or disagrees with) to exist or occur without interference
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Pay close attention to
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To observe or undergo events contributing to one's knowledge
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To consume a substance that is (presumably) edible
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To hold or display a specified thought or emotion
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A brief summary of a document, presentation or event
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“Key to all projects is the writing of the final product, whether it be a plan, a policy, a regulation, a guidance document, a report, or a digest of a meeting or workshop.”
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A concise version of something, especially a text
“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 publication, typically consisting of a collection of articles
“The Federal Housing Administration also issues a daily press digest and a weekly digest of periodicals.”
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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 rewording of something written or spoken
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A systematic collection of laws or statutes
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Adjective
Cut or shortened, especially of a literary work
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