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  1. absorbed

    • IPA[əbˈzôrbd]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of energy or a liquid or other substance) taken in or soaked up;having one's attention fully engaged; greatly interested
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    • 1. (of energy or a liquid or other substance) taken in or soaked up the stones warm slowly throughout the day, then radiate absorbed heat at night
    • 2. having one's attention fully engaged; greatly interested he was gazing into the water with absorbed attention
    • v.
      take in or soak up (energy or a liquid or other substance) by chemical or physical action: buildings can be designed to absorb and retain heat steroids are absorbed into the bloodstream

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    • v.
      take in or soak up (energy or a liquid or other substance) by chemical or physical action: buildings can be designed to absorb and retain heat steroids are absorbed into the bloodstream

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      preoccupied with one's own feelings , interests, or situation: they are too self-absorbed to listen carefully to others

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    • n.
      the energy of ionizing radiation absorbed per unit mass by a body, often measured in rads.

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    • adj.
      preoccupied with one's own feelings , interests, or situation: they are too self-absorbed to listen carefully to others

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the quantity of ionizing radiation absorbed by a body, measured (usually in grays) as the ...

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    • IPA[əbˈsɔːbd]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of energy or a liquid or other substance) taken in or soaked up: the stones warm slowly throughout the day, then radiate absorbed heat at night

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