assimilate assimilate  /ə ˈsɪ mə ˌleɪt/


  1. (v) take up mentally
  2. (v) become similar to one's environment
  3. (v) make similar
  4. (v) take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
  5. (v) become similar in sound




  • The refugees assimilated themselves into the culture of the host country.


  1. Brooke Mueller Leaves Betty Ford for Rehab Facility in Orange County

    Sources say that Charlie Sheen's ex-wife checks out of Betty Ford rehab facility and enters another rehab which 'will help her assimilate back into society.'
    on June 15, 2013     Source: AceShowbiz

  2. Briefly: Beauty Box Video updated, AKVIS ArtSuite launch Fantasy Pack

    Digital Anarchy released their latest updated photo re-touching software Beauty Box Video 3.0. The latest edition of the plug-in accommodates Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Apple Final Cut Pro 7 and X, with support for Assimilate Scratch, Sony Vegas, Nuke, and Avid currently available in beta upon request....        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: MacNN


  1. "These reforms represent steps my Administration can take within the boundaries of existing law to better secure our borders, improve worksite enforcement, streamline existing temporary worker programs, and help new immigrants assimilate into...
    on Aug 10, 2007 By: President Bush Source: New York Times

  2. "The mind set of a soldier and of duty and loyalty to the corps, to your country - I get it," Underwood said. "I grew up all over the place, primarily on military bases. You do have to assimilate. In many ways you play a role, even if the...
    on Feb 25, 2008 By: Blair Underwood Source: Seattle Times

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