Absorber in english


pronunciation: əbzɔrb part of speech: verb
In gestures

absorber = absorb ; steep + Reflexivo + in ; take up ; hijack [highjack] ; take in ; soak in ; co-opt ; soak up ; sop up ; pick + Nombre + up ; suck up ; engross ; wick. 

Example: For the majority, however, IT was regarded as simply another topic to absorb into syllabuses.Example: The great storyteller, FC Sayers, having advised the beginner to 'steep himself in folklore until the elemental themes are part of himself,' explains how best to get command of a tale.Example: The rows over Britain's contributions to the Community budget and runaway spending on the the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which took up two thirds of the budget, were documented blow by blow in the press.Example: Information may have been hijacked as the province of computer operators rather than librarians.Example: People like to browse the books and magazines, take in the ambiance, and be seen and perceived as a patron of the arts and literature.Example: Among the visual attributes found to be most useful were: absorption (soaks in, sits on top), luster (shiny, dull), flakiness (doesn't flake off, flakes off), and thickness (thin, thick).Example: Social workers accused librarians of moving into their territory, of co-opting their activity, of doing social work without training, of being representative of establishment interests.Example: They gradually soak up language, discovering the rules by which it works almost without noticing it.Example: Here are activities to sop up those extra minutes by reinforcing what you're taught.Example: Then these suggestion can be picked up by the editor, and communicated to the author.Example: Cinder blocks do suck up paint quickly but mine are light because I only used the left over paint from the walls.Example: A good novel will engross me and have me switched off from the real world for hours.Example: This will reduce static cling and acts as a natural fabric softener without altering the fleece's ability to wick.


» absorber calorabsorb + heat .

Example: Due to water's ability to absorb heat, water is valuable to industries and in your car's radiator as a coolant.

» absorber por ósmosisabsorb by + osmosis .

Example: My parents were raised by dirt farmers and they had a collective knowledge of native plants, which I absorbed by osmosis.

» absorber tiempoabsorb + time .

Example: While staff should be able to perform some routine tasks, such as the replacement of bulbs in microfilm readers, the maintenance and adjustment of equipment should not be allowed to absorb staff time.

» absorber un golpeabsorb + a shockcushion + a blowsoften + a blow .

Example: The problem comes, when you lose a lot of the fluid in your knees that absorb the shock and keep your bones from rubbing.

Example: Support from family and friends has helped immeasurably to cushion the blow of a sudden and devastating loss.

Example: To soften the blow, a kind-hearted librarian might produce an illustrated book on ostriches, or the text of the Hippocratic oath, or a copy of the original melodrama by George Hazelton, 'Sweeney Todd: the barber of Fleet Street'.

» absorber un impactoabsorb + an impactdeaden + an impact .

Example: Our shinguards are made to deflect or absorb the impact of a kick.

Example: There were still very few people living in the area and the marshy ground deadened the impact of explosions.

Absorber synonyms

draw in spanish: dibujar, pronunciation: drɔ part of speech: verb engage in spanish: contratar, pronunciation: engeɪdʒ part of speech: verb assimilate in spanish: asimilar, pronunciation: əsɪməleɪt part of speech: verb steep in spanish: escarpado, pronunciation: stip part of speech: adjective plunge in spanish: inmersión, pronunciation: plʌndʒ part of speech: verb, noun immerse in spanish: sumergirse, pronunciation: ɪmɜrs part of speech: verb suck in spanish: chupar, pronunciation: sʌk part of speech: verb, noun imbibe in spanish: beber, pronunciation: ɪmbaɪb part of speech: verb occupy in spanish: ocupar, pronunciation: ɑkjəpaɪ part of speech: verb take up in spanish: comenzar, pronunciation: teɪkʌp part of speech: verb engulf in spanish: sumergir, pronunciation: ɪngʌlf part of speech: verb ingest in spanish: ingerir, pronunciation: ɪndʒest part of speech: verb engross in spanish: absorber, pronunciation: ɪngroʊs part of speech: verb take over in spanish: tomar el control, pronunciation: teɪkoʊvɜr part of speech: verb take in in spanish: tomar, pronunciation: teɪkɪn part of speech: verb suck up in spanish: aspirar, pronunciation: sʌkʌp part of speech: verb soak up in spanish: absorber, pronunciation: soʊkʌp part of speech: verb sop up in spanish: absorber, pronunciation: sɑpʌp part of speech: verb
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