Absorbing: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Hypernym Topic Verb Group
engage 9 Consume all of one’s attention or time Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely Verb No Data No Data interest No Data No Data
absorb 8 Become imbued The liquids, light, and gases absorb Verb No Data No Data sorb chemistry No Data
fascinating 7 Capable of arousing and holding the attention a fascinating story Adjective interesting No Data No Data No Data No Data
absorb 5 Take up mentally he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe Verb No Data No Data learn No Data No Data
absorb 4 Take up, as of debts or payments absorb the costs for something Verb No Data No Data fund No Data No Data
absorb 4 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
engulf 3 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
absorb 2 Cause to become one with The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax Verb No Data No Data blend No Data No Data
assimilate 2 Take up mentally he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe Verb No Data No Data learn No Data No Data
engrossing 2 Capable of arousing and holding the attention a fascinating story Adjective interesting No Data No Data No Data No Data
steep 2 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
occupy 1 Consume all of one’s attention or time Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely Verb No Data No Data interest No Data No Data
absorb 1 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
engross 1 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
immerse 1 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
absorb 1 Suck or take up or in A black star absorbs all matter Verb No Data emit No Data No Data No Data
take in 1 Suck or take up or in A black star absorbs all matter Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
suck up 1 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
ingest 1 Take up mentally he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe Verb No Data No Data learn No Data No Data
take in 1 Take up mentally he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe Verb No Data No Data learn No Data No Data
imbibe 1 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
take up 0 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
engross 0 Consume all of one’s attention or time Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely Verb No Data No Data interest No Data No Data
gripping 0 Capable of arousing and holding the attention a fascinating story Adjective interesting No Data No Data No Data No Data
absorbing 0 Capable of arousing and holding the attention a fascinating story Adjective interesting No Data No Data No Data No Data
take over 0 Take up, as of debts or payments absorb the costs for something Verb No Data No Data fund No Data No Data
suck 0 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
absorb 0 Assimilate or take in The immigrants were quickly absorbed into society Verb No Data No Data receive No Data No Data
absorb 0 Consume all of one’s attention or time Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely Verb No Data No Data interest No Data No Data
take in 0 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
soak up 0 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
soak up 0 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
plunge 0 Devote (oneself) fully to He immersed himself into his studies Verb No Data No Data concentrate No Data Plunge
sop up 0 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
draw 0 Take in, also metaphorically The sponge absorbs water well, “She drew strength from the minister’s words” Verb No Data No Data No Data No Data No Data
riveting 0 Capable of arousing and holding the attention a fascinating story Adjective interesting No Data No Data No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Absorbing" have?

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The word "Absorbing" has 36 meanings. The most frequent meaning is engage.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Absorbing"?

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The word "Absorbing" has 26 hyponyms which are: absorb, fascinate, adsorb, chemisorb, catch up, relearn, study, bankroll, grubstake, listen, recall, steep, think, zoom in, accrete, admix, alloy, blend in, conjugate, gauge, melt, syncretize, assume, induct, see, welcome.

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Is the word "Absorbing" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Absorbing" has a maximum frequency of 9.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Absorbing"?

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The word "Absorbing" has 1 synonyms which are: interesting.

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