- v. Simple past tense and past participle of digest.
“Single asteroids no larger than 200 kilometres across could explain the dust around each of the newly studied white dwarfs, and their remains could be gobbled up and 'digested' - sinking to the star's centre - in as little as 10,000 years.”
“[w] hat has still to be digested is a romanticism that no amount of ideology finger-pointing will allow us to evade, a romanticism that undertakes a reflection on the relation of historical knowledge and aesthetic understanding" (SU, 60).”
“Non-vegetarian diets are usually efficiently digested, which is important when there are food shortages.”
“Vegetarian diets are not efficiently digested, which is fine when there is not a food shortage.”
“Or digested, which is an uncomfortable implication that leaps out of the piece at me.”
“While moving between these ventricles, this spirit passes through the common space, where it is "digested" and converted into a "finer and clearer spirit" by mixture with the "power of the soul.”
“It goes into the sewage treatment system, and gets 'digested' into methane, CO2, and water.”
“Alcohol is not "digested", it is broken down by the liver.”
“I'm also intrigued by automatons, especially since I came across Vaucanson's duck in Mason & Dixon as you know, Vaucanson's duck was so realistic, it ate grains, "digested" them, and then pooped.”
“Wastes can be "digested" to produce methane which can then be captured for use in energy production.”
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