Definition of reabsorb in English:

reabsorb

Syllabification: re·ab·sorb
Pronunciation: /ˌrēəbˈzôrb
 
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verb

[with object]
Absorb (something) again: a failure of the gut to reabsorb the majority of the fluid
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  • They were eventually reabsorbed into the surrounding tissue.
  • As the fibres relax, they reabsorb the juices from the centre of the meat, and draw it back towards the edges.
  • The corps continued to work under this name until 1996, when it was reabsorbed into the Royal Australian Engineers.

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reabsorption

noun
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  • Yet the reabsorption of Alsace and Lorraine in that year brought little relief to wine-growers there.
  • These tissues must have a function in the reabsorption of CKs released from the transpiration stream.
  • Often the main cause behind sickness and disease is the retention and reabsorption of this toxic waste.

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