Definition of 'digest'
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The treatment targets an enzyme that the cells use to digest food. The Sun (2016)You only eat food the human body can digest easily. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This makes it more difficult for people to digest the information. Christianity Today (2000)We all have acid in our stomachs to help digest our food. The Sun (2009)You get a tonne of vitality from not having to digest all this food. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Victims suffer agonising inflammation and ulcers anywhere from the mouth to intestine and cannot digest food properly. The Sun (2006)It was a serene setting against which to digest the implications of such grim news. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The world is still digesting the result. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The crisis sparked chaos as financial traders digested the news. The Sun (2011)They learn well but seem to need time to digest information. Superdog! Action plans that work for a happy and well-behaved pet (1990)Then pay attention to sensations as the meal reaches your stomach and is digested. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When your gut lining is damaged it lets partially digested foods escape into your bloodstream. The Sun (2015)It delivers a little burst of caffeine and is digested slowly. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the good news was barely digested when the bad news followed. ALEXANDER THE CORRECTOR (2004)Women will love this dress because the body inside it looks as if it understands how to digest food. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Learn and inwardly digest the textbooks. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We are still digesting small bites. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The digested read of the twentieth century 224pp. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)We make fewer digestive enzymes the older we get, which makes larger meals harder to digest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The body can't digest it properly. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Read, digest and act on it. The Sun (2016)Facts are boring, and must be properly digested before they turn into fiction. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Read, learn and digest inwardly. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: digest /dɪˈdʒɛst; daɪ-/ VERB
When food digests or when you digest it, it passes through your body to your stomach. Your stomach removes the substances that your body needs and gets rid of the rest.
Fats are hard to digest.
She couldn't digest food properly.
- American English: digest
- Arabic: يَهْضِمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: digerir
- Chinese: 消化
- Croatian: probaviti
- Czech: trávit potravu
- Danish: fordøje
- Dutch: verteren
- European Spanish: digerir
- Finnish: sulattaa ruoka elimistössä
- French: digérer
- German: verdauen
- Greek: χωνεύω
- Italian: digerire
- Japanese: 消化する
- Korean: 소화하다 음식
- Norwegian: fordøye
- Polish: przetrawić
- European Portuguese: digerir
- Romanian: a digera
- Russian: переваривать
- Spanish: digerir
- Swedish: smälta
- Thai: ย่อย
- Turkish: sindirmek
- Ukrainian: перетравлювати
- Vietnamese: tiêu hóa
British English: digest NOUN
A digest is a collection of pieces of writing. They are published together in a shorter form than they were originally published.
The organization publishes a regular digest of environmental statistics.
Definition of digest from the Collins English Dictionary
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