Absorb ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Absorb ( verb )

  1. To take in and make part of oneself.
  2. To take in and incorporate something.
  3. To take up the attention or energy of.

Origin:

From latin absorbere, from ab- ("away from") + sorbere ("to suck up"), from sub- ("up") + orbis ("circle, orbi.t")

Examples:

  1. The sponge absorbs water.
  2. The company absorbed the smaller firm.
  3. She was so absorbed in her book that she didn't hear the doorbell.
  4. He absorbs new information quickly.
  5. The company absorb the expenses of the employees.

(As a noun)

Absorb ( noun )

  1. To take in and make part of oneself.
  2. To take in and incorporate something.
  3. To take up the attention or energy of.

Origin:

From latin absorbere, from ab- ("away from") + sorbere ("to suck up"), from sub- ("up") + orbis ("circle, orbi.t")

Examples:

  1. The sponge absorbs water.
  2. The company absorbed the smaller firm.
  3. She was so absorbed in her book that she didn't hear the doorbell.
  4. He absorbs new information quickly.
  5. The company absorb the expenses of the employees.
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