verb-transitive: To take (something) in through or as through pores or interstices.
verb-transitive: To occupy the full attention, interest, or time of; engross. See Synonyms at monopolize.
verb-transitive: To retain (radiation or sound, for example) wholly, without reflection or transmission.
verb-transitive: To take in; assimilate: immigrants who were absorbed into the social mainstream.
verb-transitive: To learn; acquire: "Matisse absorbed the lesson and added to it a new language of color” ( Peter Plagen).
verb-transitive: To receive (an impulse) without echo or recoil: a fabric that absorbs sound; a bumper that absorbs impact.
verb-transitive: To assume or pay for (a cost or costs).
verb-transitive: To endure; accommodate: couldn't absorb the additional hardships.
verb-transitive: To use up; consume: The project has absorbed all of our department's resources.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Bamboo forests grow very fast and with a very little burden on environment because the quantity of CO2 that they can absorb is very high.
I felt my skin absorb the energy from the light and I could feel the energy surge through me and spread.
Does my skin absorb enough ultraviolet rays to produce sufficient vitamin D?
Give the songwriters more money, but make the publishing companies and the labels absorb the cost.
However, if they contain an absorbing agent and if their connections are open at both ends and are not tapered, they will increase in weight at the same rate after that period has elapsed, that is to say, they absorb from the air water vapour and therefore become heavier.