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(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

Meanings Of Absorbed

        Sentence:
        He is absorbed in his studies now.
Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 ABSORBED
Adjective
مُنہَمِک ۔ غَرق ۔ محو ۔ ڈُوبا ہُوا ۔ مَشغُول ۔ مُستَغَرق ۔
2 ABSORBED

جذب کیا ۔
3 ABSORBED DOSE
Noun
جذب شدہ خوراک ۔
4 ABSORBED ENERGY
Noun
جذب شدہ انرجی ۔ جذب شدہ توانائی ۔ جذب شدہ طاقت ۔
5 ABSORBED SHARES
Noun
مدغم حِصّے ۔



absorbed

[ab-sawrbd, -zawrbd]
  • Synonyms
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adjective
1.
deeply interested or involved; preoccupied:
He had an absorbed look on his face.

Origin

Related forms
absorbedly
[ab-sawr-bid-lee, -zawr-] (Show IPA),
adverb
absorbedness, noun
unabsorbed, adjective
well-absorbed, adjective

absorb

[ab-sawrb, -zawrb]
verb (used with object)
1.
to suck up or drink in (a liquid); soak up:
A sponge absorbs water.
2.
to swallow up the identity or individuality of; incorporate:
The empire absorbed many small nations.
3.
to involve the full attention of; to engross or engage wholly:
so absorbed in a book that he did not hear the bell.
4.
to occupy or fill:
This job absorbs all of my time.
5.
to take up or receive by chemical or molecular action:
Carbonic acid is formed when water absorbs carbon dioxide.
6.
to take in without echo, recoil, or reflection:
to absorb sound and light; to absorb shock.
7.
to take in and utilize:
The market absorbed all the computers we could build. Can your brain absorb all this information?

Related forms

absorbable, adjective
absorbability, noun
nonabsorbability, noun
nonabsorbable, adjective
overabsorb, verb (used with object)

Can be confused

absorb, adsorb.

Synonyms

2. assimilate, consume, devour, engulf; destroy.

Examples from the web for absorbed

  • Pour the hot syrup over baked pudding until it is completely absorbed.
  • He agreed and, to his surprise, became completely absorbed.
  • Rather, cultural studies has been absorbed into the format of the theory journal.

British Dictionary definitions for absorbed

absorbed

/əbˈsɔːbd; -ˈzɔːbd/
adjective
1.
engrossed; deeply interested
Derived Forms
absorbedly (əbˈsɔːbɪdlɪ ; -ˈzɔː-) adverb

absorb

/əbˈsɔːb; -ˈzɔːb/
verb (transitive)
1.
to soak or suck up (liquids)
2.
to engage or occupy (the interest, attention, or time) of (someone); engross
3.
to receive or take in (the energy of an impact)
Word Origin and History for absorbed

absorb

v.
early 15c., from Middle French absorber (Old French assorbir, 13c.), from Latin absorbere "to swallow up," from ab- "from" (see ab- ) + sorbere "suck in," from PIE root *srebh- "to suck, absorb" (cf. Armenian arbi "I drank," Greek rhopheo "to sup greedily up, gulp down," Lithuanian srebiu "to drink greedily"). Figurative meaning "to completely grip (one's) attention" is from 1763. Related: Absorbed ; absorbing

absorbed in Medicine

absorb ab·sorb (əb-sôrb', -zôrb')
v. ab·sorbed , ab·sorb·ing , ab·sorbs
  1. To take in by absorption.
  2. To reduce the intensity of transmitted light.

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