compendium, prÃ©cis, condensation; see abridgment 2, summary. See syn. study at abridgment.
To transform food
assimilate, break down, ingest, chymify; see absorb 1, eat 1.
To understand by deliberation
consider, analyze, think over; see think 1, understand 1.
condense, abstract, survey, abbreviate; see decrease 2.
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To take in and incorporate, especially mentally:
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