The definition of assimilation is to become like others, or help another person to adapt to a new environment.(noun)
An example of assimilation is the change of dress and behaviors an immigrant may go through when living in a new country.
Assimilation is defined as to learn and comprehend.(noun)
An example of assimilation is to pick up playing a musical instrument or learning about history, writing or any other subject something quickly.
In physiology, assimilation is the process of the body converting food.(noun)
An example of assimilation is the bodies usage of a protein drink after a workout.
See assimilation in Webster's New World College Dictionary
See assimilation in American Heritage Dictionary 4
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