- The USA has assimilated people from many different countries.
- Children in school are expected to assimilate what they have been taught.
- This country has assimilated immigrants from most of the countries of Europe.
- Some foods assimilate/ are assimilated more easily than others.
- Material, usually of plant or animal origin, that contains or consists of essential body nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals, and is ingested and assimilated by an organism to produce energy, stimulate growth, and m
- The finest quality most easily assimilated whey protein anywhere.delivers high levels of branched chain amino and glutamic acids plus a potent blend of other amino acids.
- Until borrowed words re fully assimilated into the language they are often put in inverted commas.
- Inarticulate before l in-is usually assimilated to il-before r to ir-and before b m and p to im-
- It is difficult to assimilate a lot of information.
- He meant it.there was no doubt about it.her mouth was dry as she assimilated this knowledge and she swallowed and looked into his eyes trying to find some clue.
- He has to assimilate the facts.
- Until borrowed words are fully assimilated into the language they are often put in inverted commas.
- What I think it is is their ability to assimilate...
- We must assimilate history chide and should attach important to peasant problem and deal with it fairly in reforming and opening.it is a large problem which is relevant to the overall situation.
- We should critically assimilate whatever is beneficial in literature and arts from other countries.