assimilating :

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uh si muh lay ting

  • v  take up mentally
  • v  become similar to one's environment
  • v  make similar
  • v  take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
  • v  become similar in sound
  • s  capable of taking (gas, light, or liquids) into a solution

  • Cisco's powerful stock--$100 invested in 1990 is now worth $34,000-- lets it buy companies with such regularity that an entire Cisco division is devoted to assimilating acquisitions.
  • One of the major reasons for America's great success as the world's first "universal nation," for its astonishing and unmatched capacity for assimilating immigrants, has been that .
  • The country is now getting better at assimilating people with physical disabilities like deafness into mainstream society.

  • President Bush in New York Times
    This bill provides an historic opportunity to uphold America's tradition of welcoming and assimilating immigrants and honoring our heritage as a nation built on the rule of law,Mr. Bush said. "We have an obligation to solve problems that...
  • Robert Boyle in Bloomberg
    The ease of assimilating up to eight aircraft into our existing 777 fleet, rather than having a small number of A330s, swung the balance in Boeing's favor,the airlines Commercial Director Robert Boyle said.
  • Mike Keenan in
    It's a challenging job and I've enjoyed it,Keenan said. "Even though we had a very hard and difficult beginning in terms of working with the group and assimilating the group, I still wanted to come to the rink badly every day. I think the...

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