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Assimilate – 1. To take in information or an idea and understand it fully 2. become absorbed and integrated into a society or culture

(Pronounced uh-sim-uh-layt)

An ass imitated a racehorse to gain late (assimilate) entry into the race; but when it finished last, it took in the idea that it was too slow and fully understood it shouldn't try again - it would never become integrated in horseracing society.

An ass imitated a racehorse to gain late (assimilate) entry into the race; but when it finished last, it took in the idea that it was too slow and fully understood it shouldn't try again - it would never become integrated in horseracing society.

 

Examples of assimilate in a sentence (to take in information)

On the first day of her new job, Karen had to assimilate a lot of knowledge.

Paramedics must be able to quickly assimilate the nature of people's injuries in life or death circumstances.

Because I am not good with math, I find it difficult to assimilate anything more than basic adding and subtracting.

 

Examples of assimilate in a sentence (become integrated into a society or culture)

He made an effort to assimilate himself into the new community.

We always try to assimilate foreigners and make them feel welcome in our country.

Having been bullied all through school, James was not sure how well he'd assimilate in college.

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