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Definition of Assimilating

Assimilating

  1. of Assimilate

Assimilating Quotations

Just as food eaten without appetite is a tedious nourishment, so does study without zeal damage the memory by not assimilating what it absorbs.
Leonardo da Vinci

Photography obviously lends itself so well towards fashion. It's capturing that moment and that inspiration, and as a designer you are constantly walking through the world assimilating those visual references you have and so being able to solidify that into a photograph and keep it on your mood board is essential to creating a collection.
Georgina Chapman

I was kicked out of school because of my attitude. I was not assimilating. So I went to work, taking any jobs I could get.
Richard Pryor

I have two daughters and I have done everything in my power to prevent them from assimilating, even being aware of, my idiocy about my weight.
Ayelet Waldman

The Church as a divine society possess an internal principle of life which is capable of assimilating the most diverse materials and imprinting her own image upon them.
Christopher Dawson
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Assimilating Translations

assimilating in French is assimilant