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Reabsorb vs. Resorb

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Reabsorbverb

To absorb again.

Resorbverb

(transitive) To absorb (something) again.

Reabsorbverb

To absorb again; to draw in, or imbibe, again what has been effused, extravasated, or thrown off; to swallow up again; as, to reabsorb chyle, lymph, etc.; - used esp. of fluids.

Resorbverb

(intransitive) To undergo resorption.

Reabsorbverb

undergo resorption

Resorbverb

To dissolve (bone, sinew, suture, etc.) and assimilate it.

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Resorbverb

To swallow up.

‘Now lifted by the tide, and now resorbed.’;

Resorbverb

to absorb (something which has been secreted or exuded by the same organism).

Resorbverb

undergo resorption

Resorbverb

absorb (something) again

‘the ability to resorb valuable solutes from the urine’;

Resorbverb

remove (cells, or a tissue or structure) by gradual breakdown into component materials and dispersal in the circulation

‘bone tissue will be resorbed’;

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