Absorbs [verb]

Definition of Absorbs:

physically take in a liquid

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Sentence/Example of Absorbs:

The meat was almost blackened by the time it absorbed the smoke, and while the skin was crisp, it gave way between my teeth.

With a more extensive root system, plants can absorb more nutrients and pump more exudates into the soil to recruit more helpful microbes that can make more indole-3-acetic acid.

A few amphibians don’t bother with lungs and instead absorb oxygen through their skin.

Even with an increase in volume, the system has space to absorb more passengers and still perform well.

I wanted to learn as much as I could about the trail and, as an educator, he was happy to give me as much information as I could absorb.

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The Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF has absorbed almost $500 million in August, putting it on track for the best month since January.

That cohort — Republican and Democratic — absorbs and displays its biases more mutedly in 2020.

As the detector absorbs and emits gravitons, the masses randomly jitter.

In later cycles, the material also might absorb much less than it initially did.