from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To absorb again.
- transitive v. To accommodate or accept again, as into a group or category: The economy cannot reabsorb all of the refugees into the workforce.
- intransitive v. To undergo resorption.
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- v. absorb again
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To absorb again; to draw in, or imbibe, again what has been effused, extravasated, or thrown off; to swallow up again; ; -- used esp. of fluids.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To draw or take in anew by absorption, imbibition, or swallowing, as something previously ejected, emitted, or put forth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. undergo resorption
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And on days like after the dance recital, when you've been divorced five years and your kid sometimes still reels, let the hot adrenaline sent to fix the pain -- fix the pain my child is in, reabsorb.
Recent employment growth in the G-20 is already insufficient to reabsorb a 20-million-job shortfall from the previous economic downturn, Mr. Scarpetta said.
The Fed can reverse this process, letting its bond portfolio mature and the private sector smoothly reabsorb the debt by drawing down the excess reserves it has on deposit at the Fed.
Apparently our bodies reabsorb the disk material after a while, so the pressure on my nerve bundle is waning.
The SGLT2 system is used by the kidneys to filter and reabsorb glucose circulating in the blood.
If she is in poor condition from lack of calories or sickness, her body will reabsorb the fetuses to increase survival.
Again, a lot will depend on what is done strategically with Belfast, but it seems inevitable that North Antrim will reabsorb the areas it lost to East Antrim in the most recent revision which brings it up to 78,000, close to the new avergae of 79,000.
I need to dunk my head in a bucket to reabsorb the liquids I lost blubbing my face off.
Endless unemployment insurance can be a problem when the labor market is ready to reabsorb the unemployed, but that's not the world we're in.
He reiterated that the ECB's monetary policy stance won't be affected by the bond-buying because the ECB will be quick to reabsorb money it has paid to banks, possibly by issuing term deposits to "sterilize" the impact of the announced interventions in the euro-zone debt market.