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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to absorb:   (193 results)

emit, give off, give out

Often used in the same context:
soak, compensate, digest, cope, reabsorb, withstand, sustain, adjust, assimilate, react, swallow, offset, soften, internalize, insulate, adsorb, dissipate, counteract, neutralize, replenish, mitigate, infuse, adapt, recover, handle, comprehend, recoup, excrete, photosynthesize, accumulate, metabolise, deplete, accrete, solarize, impart, respond, survive, vaporize, utilize, lessen, minimize, crystallize, liquefy, liquify, incur, penetrate, generate, resist, exert, translate, consume, acidify, reduce, overwhelm, gobble, synthesize, unload, manage, disperse, amortise, compress, nourish, cover, saturate, cushion, tolerate, reabsorbed, ionise, oxidise, stabilize, metabolize, breathe, counterbalance, inflict, amortize, extract, heal, contribute, condense, seep, produce, ionize, afford, retain, inject, administer, pulverize, evaporate, acclimate, respire, crumple, muffle, understand, repel, accept, refract, suck, coagulate, regrow, magnify, purify, disburse

More specific:
assimilate, blot, consume, drink, drink in, imbibe, involve, mop, mop up, sponge up, suck, suck in, wipe up

Appears in the definition of:
., absorbent, absorbent material, absorptive, air cushion, air spring, backed, bumper, dark matter, greenhouse effect, hydrophobic, hydrophobicity, kotex, lithograph, lithograph machine, malnutrition, pack, phenyl salicylate, porosity, porous, porousness, salol, sanitary napkin, saturated fatty acid, sink, sponge, spongelike, sponge up, spongy, sweatband, tampax, tampon, temper, toughness, unsaturated fatty acid

More general:
blend, center, centre, coalesce, combine, commingle, concentrate, conflate, focus, fund, fuse, immix, interest, larn, learn, meld, merge, mix, pore, rivet, sorb, take up

assimilate, draw, engage, engross, engulf, imbibe, immerse, ingest, occupy, plunge, soak up, sop up, steep, suck, suck up, take in, take over, take up

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