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Англо-русский строительный словарь - absorb

 

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Перевод с английского языка absorb на русский

absorb

1) поглощать, абсорбировать; всасывать, впитывать

2) амортизировать, демпфировать

to absorb the power — отнимать мощность

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1.
  1) поглощать, абсорбировать2) амортизировать ...
Англо-русский машиностроительный словарь
2.
  v.  1) всасывать, впитывать; абсорбировать; поглощать absorb heat - поглощать тепло - absorb into  2) поглощать (внимание); впитывать (знания) his work absorbed him - работа увлекла его - absorb in  3) поглощать; включать в своё число, присоединять; принимать large companies absorb smaller ones - крупные компании поглощают мелкие the capacity of a country to absorb immigrants - способность страны принимать иммигрантов - absorb into  4) понимать, постигать to absorb the full meaning of a remark - полностью осознать смысл (сделанного) замечания  5) оплачивать, брать на себя (расходы) the company will absorb all the research costs - компания оплатит все расходы на научные исследования  6) вынести, выдержать; переносить the boxer absorbed the punches without buckling - боксёр устоял на ногах  7) амортизировать (толчки) Syn: assimilate, digest, imbibe, incorporate, ingest Ant: disgorge, disperse, dissipate, eject, emit, exude ABSORB in завладевать (вниманием и т.п.): поглощать, занимать (время, внимание) absorbed in reading поглощённый чтением absorbed in thought погружённый в мысли ABSORB into впитывать, поглощать Certain chemicals are easily absorbed into the bloodstream, while others are not. ...
Англо-русский словарь
3.
  1. всасывать, впитывать, поглощать; абсорбировать to absorb heat —- поглощать тепло the sponge absorbed the spilled milk —- пролитое молоко впиталось в губку 2. поглощать; включать в свое число, присоединять; принимать large companies absorb smaller ones —- крупные компании поглощают мелкие the capacity of a country to absorb immigrants —- способность страны принимать иммигрантов 3. поглощать, захватывать внимание his work absorbed him —- работа увлекла его absorbed in reading —- поглощенный чтением absorbed in thought —- погруженный в мысли 4. понимать, постигать, улавливать, схватывать to absorb the full meaning of a remark —- полностью осознать смысл замечания 5. оплачивать, брать на себя расходы the company will absorb all the research costs —- компания оплатит все расходы на научные исследования 6. вынести, выдержать; переносить the boxer absorbed the punches without buckling —- боксер устоял на ногах; боксер хорошо держал удар 7. тех. амортизировать толчки ...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
4.
  абсорбировать, поглощать, впитывать, всасывать ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский биологический словарь
5.
  гл. 1) поглощать; потреблять 2) впитывать, всасывать 3) извлекать (прибыль) - absorb interests ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
6.
  1) абсорбировать, поглощать; впитывать 2) амортизировать ...
Большой Англо-русский Русско-английский политехнический словарь
7.
  v.tr. 1 include or incorporate as part of itself or oneself (the country successfully absorbed its immigrants). 2 take in; suck up (liquid, heat, knowledge, etc.) (she quickly absorbed all she was taught). 3 reduce the effect or intensity of; deal easily with (an impact, sound, difficulty, etc.). 4 consume (income, time, resources, etc.) (his debts absorbed half his income). 5 engross the attention of (television absorbs them completely). Derivatives absorbable adj. absorbability n. absorber n. Etymology: ME f. F absorber or L absorbere absorpt- (as AB-, sorbere suck in) ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
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  transitive verb Etymology: Anglo-French asorbir to swallow up, from Latin ~ere, from ab- + sorbere to suck up; akin to Lithuanian surbti to sip, Greek rophein to gulp down Date: 15th century 1. to take in and make part of an existent whole the capacity of China to ~ invaders 2. a. to suck up or take up a sponge ~s water charcoal ~s gas plant roots ~ water b. to take in ; acquire, learn convictions ~ed in youth — M. R. Cohen c. use up, consume the fever ~ed her strength 3. to engage or engross wholly ~ed in thought 4. a. (1) to receive without recoil or echo provided with a sound-~ing surface (2) endure, sustain ~ing hardships (3) assume, bear the expenses were ~ed by the company b. to transform (radiant energy) into a different form especially with a resulting rise in temperature the earth ~s the sun's rays • ~ability noun • ~able adjective • ~er noun ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
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  (absorbs, absorbing, absorbed) 1. If something absorbs a liquid, gas, or other substance, it soaks it up or takes it in. Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air and moisture from the soil... Refined sugars are absorbed into the bloodstream very quickly. = soak up VERB: V n, be V-ed into n 2. If something absorbs light, heat, or another form of energy, it takes it in. A household radiator absorbs energy in the form of electric current and releases it in the form of heat. VERB: V n 3. If a group is absorbed into a larger group, it becomes part of the larger group. The Colonial Office was absorbed into the Foreign Office. ...an economy capable of absorbing thousands of immigrants. VERB: be V-ed into n, V n 4. If something absorbs a force or shock, it reduces its effect. ...footwear which does not absorb the impact of the foot striking the ground. VERB: V n 5. If a system or society absorbs changes, effects, or costs, it is able to deal with them. The banks would be forced to absorb large losses... VERB: V n 6. If something absorbs something valuable such as money, space, or time, it uses up a great deal of it. It absorbed vast amounts of capital that could have been used for investment... = consume VERB: V n 7. If you absorb information, you learn and understand it. Too often he only absorbs half the information in the manual... = digest, assimilate VERB: V n 8. If something absorbs you, it interests you a great deal and takes up all your attention and energy. ...a second career which absorbed her more completely than her acting ever had. VERB: V n see also absorbed, absorbing ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~ W3 v 1 »LIQUID« if something ~s a liquid, it takes the liquid into itself from the surface or space around it  (Plants absorb nutrients from the soil.) 2 »INFORMATION« to read or hear a large amount of new information and understand it  (I haven't really had time to absorb everything that he said.) 3 »INTEREST« to interest someone very much be ~ed in  (Judith lay on the settee, absorbed in her book.) ~ sb's attention  (The video was totally absorbing the children's attention.) 4 »BECOME PART OF« to make a smaller country, company, or group of people become part of your country, company, or group  (The US was able to absorb thousands of new immigrants.) be ~ed into  (More and more newspapers are being absorbed into the Murdoch empire.) 5 »MONEY/TIME ETC« if something ~s money, time etc it uses a lot of it  (Defence spending absorbs almost 20% of the country's wealth.) 6 »FORCE« to reduce the effect of a sudden violent movement  (The solid walls absorbed much of the impact of the explosion.) 7 »LIGHT/HEAT/ENERGY« if a substance or object ~s light, heat, or energy, it keeps it and does not reflect it (=send it back)  (Black objects absorb heat more.) ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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  - early 15c., from M.Fr. absorber, from O.Fr. assorbir, from L. absorbere "to swallow up," from ab- "from" + sorbere "suck in." Absorbent first recorded 1718. ...
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