- v. 使同化；吸收
- vt. & vi. 吸收,消化 take in and appropriate as nourishment
- vt. & vi. 同化 take into the mind and thoroughly comprehend
take up mentally;
"he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
become similar to one's environment;
"Immigrants often want to assimilate quickly"
"This country assimilates immigrants very quickly"
take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
become similar in sound;
"The nasal assimilates to the following consonant"
- The USA has assimilated people from many different countries.
- Europeans and Jews do not readily assimilate.
- Immigrants often want to assimilate quickly.
- Some foods are assimilated more easily than others.
- It is difficult to assimilate a lot of information.
- Some kinds of food assimilate easily.
- You have to assimilate the facts, not just remember them.
- A good student assimilates knowledge quickly.
- assimilate into (v.+prep.)
(使)逐渐混合于(某一更大的群体) make (sb or sth) gradually become part of (a larger group)
assimilate sb into sth
America has assimilated millions of immigrants into its way of life.
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.
- assimilate to (v.+prep.)
〈正〉使与(某物)相同,相似 make (sth) like (sth else)
assimilate sth to sth
They assimilated their customs and behavior to the new environment.
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.
- assimilate with (v.+prep.)
逐渐接受(另一民族)的语言、习惯、生活方式而被同化 gradually take to oneself the language, customs, and way of life of (another people)
- assimilate actively 积极吸收
- assimilate easily 很容易被吸收
- assimilate fully 完全被同化
- assimilate readily 易同化
- assimilate unhesitatingly 毫不犹豫地吸收
- assimilate whole-heartedly 全心地吸收
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
- assimilate, absorb, digest
- 2.在语气上, assimilate＞digest＞absorb。
- assimilate, embody, identify, incorporate
- 这组词都可表示“结合”。它们之间的区别是:identify指把事实上相同或认为是相同的事物等同起来; incorporate指把相同或不相同的事物结合或融合成一个均匀一致的整体; embody指把各部分依次归并成一个有组织、有系统的结构; assimilate指使两件或两件以上的相似物融合成整体,或使一件事物同化另一件事物。
- absorb 吸收
- digest 摘要
- take in 接受
- integrate 整合
- adapt 改编
- adjust 调整
- blend in 融入
- conform 使一致
- go native 入乡随俗
- espouse 支持
- embrace 拥抱
- incorporate 合并
- domesticate 驯养
- understand 懂得
- learn 学会
- up 向上
- blot 污点
- soak 使浸透
- soak up 吸收
- blot up 吸干
- ingest 咽下
- imbibe 饮
- dissimilate 不同
- assimilation n. 吸收；同化