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resorb (v.)

"absorb again, take back that which has been given out," 1630s, from French résorber or directly from Latin resorbere "to suck back," from re- "back, again" (see re-) + sorbere "to suck" (see absorb). Related: Resorbed; resorbing; resorbent.

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Definitions of resorb from WordNet

resorb (v.)
undergo resorption;
Synonyms: reabsorb
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