|Present||Past Simple||Past Participle||Geround||Spanish|
Meaning 1: Take in or soak up (energy or a liquid or other substance) by chemical or physical action.
Meaning 2: Take in and understand fully (information, ideas, or experience): she absorbed the information in silence.
Meaning 3: Take control of (a smaller or less powerful entity) and make it a part of a larger one.
Meaning 4: Use or take up (time or resources): arms spending absorbs roughly two percent of the national income.
Meaning 5: Take up and reduce the effect or intensity of (sound or an impact): deep-pile carpets absorbed all sound of the outside world.
Meaning 6: (often be absorbed in) take up the attention of (someone).
Meaning: To start to use or follow an idea, method, or course of action.
Meaning: To assume an attitude or position
Meaning: To take another’s a child and bring it up as one’s own
Meaning: To approve or accept (a report or suggestion
Meaning: The length of time that a person has lived or a thing has existed
Meaning: A particular stage in someone’s life
Meaning: the latter part of life or existence; old age