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Results for: absorb again, soak up againTranslations 1 - 30 of 50
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absorb again, soak up againresorb
(about hemp or flax fibers) soften by soaking in water, prepare by dampening with water, soak plant fibersret
(Anatomy) pertaining to osteoclasts (cells which absorb calcium from bone and cartilage)osteoclastic
a soaking, almost vertical, excessive, having a sharp slope, precipitous; expensive, exorbitant; extreme, immerse in liquid, liquid for soaking, permeate, rapid or huge, soak in a liquid, immerse in liquid; saturate, imbue, something steep, taxingsteep
ability to absorb color (Cytology)stainability
ability to absorb ideas, ability to digest food, breaking down, process by which the body breaks down and absorbs food, processing of food in bodydigestion
ability to soak up; capacity to take inabsorbency
able to absorb again, able to soak up againresorptive
able to absorb liquid, able to soak up; able to take in, nonreflectiveabsorbent
able to absorb or adsorbsorptive
abridge, absorb mentally, bear patiently, break down, break down and absorb (food); be broken down and absorbed (food); consider, assimilate, collection of abridged pieces, collection of legal opinionsdigest
absorb again, take in againreabsorb
absorb ideas, absorb something, drink something, drink; absorb; take in, take something in as if drinkingimbibe
absorb liquid completely, finish a drinkdrink up
absorb liquid, absorb something with mind and sensesdrink in
absorb moisture, become a liquid; melt, become liquid, form branchesdeliquesce
absorb nutrients, incorporate, take in, absorb; adopt the cultural characteristics of another group, integrate, sound like adjacent soundassimilate
absorb or adsorb, align teeth properly, close; shut; block; absorb (Chemistry), cut off flow of, form occluded front, stop upocclude
absorb something into the body, take into the body, take in via the mouth, consume (as in food); absorbingest
absorb something, accept, begin doing something again, begin doing something regularly, lift somebody or something, pay off, shorten garment, use something wastefullytake up
absorb, act of cleaning, aquatic animal with a porous outer body and a rigid or elastic skeleton; skeleton of a sponge; piece of flexible and absorbent plastic or rubber used for cleaning; one or that which absorbs; sponger, clean with a sponge; wipe w...sponge
absorb, act of soaking, act of saturating with water; state of being permeated with water; liquid in which something is soaked; heavy drinker, drunkard (Slang), get drunk, hard drinker, immerse, dip; drench, saturate; moisten; absorb; permeate, penetra...soak
absorbent roll of material placed in a wound or body cavity to stop a flow of blood; narrow roll of cotton or other material used to absorb menstrual flow, control blood flow, pad to check bleeding, plug of material used during menstruationtampon
acquire something, admit somebody, be hurt by something, bear something, catch something, convert electronic signals, entertain visitors, get something, accept; absorb, take in; host, accommodate, greet guests, hear and acknowledge something, learn inf...receive
act of washing or cleansing with a liquid (as with water), cleansing liquid, cosmetic treatment for hair, dip something into dye, flush mouth with water, gentle wash, lightly clean something in liquid, cleanse (as with water); soak in water to remove s...rinse
animal food, crush something, grain and water mix, grind, pulverize, puree; create a soft mixture by adding hot water and crushing, make advances, make pulp of, pulpy mass, soak grain, blend; puree; mixture of boiled grains for livestock; (British) mas...mash
awkward situation, cleaning or processing solution, dip or soak something in liquid, liquid for preserving food, preserve food, preserve in brine; make sour; preserve, preserved vegetable, relish, sour cucumber; salt water; brine; trouble, misfortunepickle
band protecting hat from sweat, band worn to absorb sweat, strip of material sewn inside the crown of a hat to absorb sweat; strip of material tied around the forehead to collect sweatsweatband
baptize somebody, completely cover something in liquid, occupy yourself totally with something, submerge, cover with liquid; baptize by submersion in water; engross, absorbimmerse
be angry, be busy, begin boiling, boil something, cook by boiling; bubble or foam as if boiling; soak, steep; rage, be in a state of extreme excitement or anger, make boiling movements, seething movement or action, soak somethingseethe
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