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assimilate

Meaning: tr
özümlemek, sindirmek, özümsemek
They founded a state of which they were the elites, but were eventually assimilated into the local population.
When I started learning languages, it was hard to assimilate new words and keep a pace to study, but now, after having practiced for several years I do my routine unconsciously. You can't really finish learning a language, ever, but you can reach quite a high fluency. In my case, I learn approximately 3 or 4 languages at the same time and I don't get confused. It's all a matter of practice, accustoming and how well you get used to.
Many groups of immigrants have been assimilated into American society.
You will be assimilated.
He assimilated what he was taught.
I can't assimilate the information fast enough.
One of the first goals when learning a foreign language which uses another writing system should be to assimilate this very writing system as quickly as possible.
The family assimilated quickly into their new environment.
You must assimilate into new surroundings.
They did not assimilate with the natives.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 536

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