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Example sentences for assimilate

He found it impossible to quickly assimilate the information.
Because of this and other factors, it has taken them longer to assimilate — adding to their sense of alienation.
The ability to quickly assimilate, and immediately apply, new information is also useful.
Cultures lacking depth are more easily able to assimilate newcomers.
Anthony can assimilate without discarding his heritage.
Over time, she says, immigrants assimilate and succeed.
Regular reading and thinking about the style and mechanics will help you assimilate important language skills.
Why not assimilate these into your paintings, her husband once suggested.
Nearly 2 generations later they are pretty much assimilated.
The first semester was a little rough, as I had to assimilate a lot of new information.

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