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reabsorb (v.)

also re-absorb, "draw or take in anew by absorption," 1761, from re- "back, again" + absorb, or else a back-formation from absorption. Related: Reabsorbed; reabsorbing.

updated on May 04, 2021

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Definitions of reabsorb from WordNet

reabsorb (v.)
undergo resorption;
Synonyms: resorb
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