[əbˈzɔːb] [əbˈzɔːrb]
  • 第三人称单数:absorbs;
  • 过去式:absorbed;
  • 过去分词:absorbed;
  • 现在分词:absorbing;
  • 例句
    • 以下这些动词均有"吸收" 的意思
      absorb :普通用词,词义广泛,既可指吸收光、热、液体等具体东西,又可指吸收知识等抽象概念的东西。
      suck :作"吸收"解时,可与absorb换用,但还可有"吮吸"之意。
      digest :侧重在消化道内改变食物的化学结构后被人体吸收。
      incorporate :指一物或多物与它物相融合,形成一整体。
    • Some people are absorbed in the past but not open to new memories, but that's not the case for me.
    • Fantasy proneness could be considered a tendency to imagine and daydream, whereas absorption is the tendency to allow your mind to become absorbed in an activity – to pay complete attention to the sensations ( ' , 感受) and the experiences.
    • Think of a 3-year-old lost in the pleasures of finding out what he can and cannot sink in the bathtub, a 5-year- old beside herself with the thrill of putting together strings of nonsensical words with her best friends, or an 11-year-old completely absorbed in a fascinating comic strip.
    • A child's ability to become deeply absorbed in something, and derive intense pleasure from that absorption, is something adults spend the rest of their lives trying to return to.
    • Get off a stop earlier, make a circuit of the park at lunchtime, walk the child to and from school, get a dog, feel yourself moving in moving air, look, listen, absorb.
    • That's the conclusion of a new study that finds that Earth's oceans now 26 absorb heat at twice the rate they did 18 years ago.
      2016年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section A
    • When this water is used for agricultural irrigation, farmers risk absorbing disease-causing bacteria, as do consumers who eat the produce raw and unwashed.
    • Left alone, it was assumed, the world's rain forests would not only flourish but might even rescue us from disaster by absorbing the excess carbon dioxide and other planet-warming greenhouse gases.
    • Nothing makes me feel better than being in one place, absorbed in a book, a conversation, or music.
    • Lots of people swear they can absorb new information more efficiently at some times of the day than at others.
      2017年6月六级真题(第一套)听力 Section C
    • Research shows that when we absorb information in order to teach it to someone else, we learn it more accurately and deeply, perhaps in part because we are engaging our social cognition.
      2018年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B
    • Verb
      1. become imbued;
      "The liquids, light, and gases absorb"
      2. take up mentally;
      "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
      3. take up, as of debts or payments;
      "absorb the costs for something"
      4. take in, also metaphorically;
      "The sponge absorbs water well""She drew strength from the minister's words"
      5. cause to become one with;
      "The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax"
      6. suck or take up or in;
      "A black star absorbs all matter"
      7. engross (oneself) fully;
      "He immersed himself into his studies"
      8. assimilate or take in;
      "The immigrants were quickly absorbed into society"
      9. engage or engross wholly;
      "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely"
    • 医学: 吸收:即摄取或同化。如使物质进入或通过组织(皮肤、肠或肾小管等);又如与辐射能反应而使之衰减;