assimilate :

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uh si muh layt

  • v  take up mentally
  • v  become similar to one's environment
    Immigrants often want to assimilate quickly
  • v  make similar
    This country assimilates immigrants very quickly
  • v  take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
  • v  become similar in sound
    The nasal assimilates to the following consonant

  • The refugees assimilated themselves into the culture of the host country.
  • Asians fell a notch, to second, in willingness to assimilate, with Europeans taking the top spot.
  • Roger Clegg, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, argues that "we need more--not fewer--incentives for immigrants to assimilate and become full-fledged American citizens.
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  • Blair Underwood in Seattle Times
    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... President Bush New York Times Aug 10, 2007 6017 8852 assimilate 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...

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