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    imbibe

    imbibe - Dictionary definition and meaning for word imbibe

    Definition
    (verb) take in, also metaphorically
    Synonyms : absorb , draw , soak up , sop up , suck , suck up , take in , take up
    Example Sentence
    • The sponge absorbs water well
    • She drew strength from the minister's words
    Definition
    (verb) take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
    Synonyms : assimilate
    Definition
    (verb) take in liquids
    Synonyms : drink
    Example Sentence
    • The patient must drink several liters each day
    • The children like to drink soda
    Definition
    (verb) receive into the mind and retain
    Example Sentence
    • Imbibe ethical principles
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for imbibe

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im+bibe...sounds like pipe...and u need a pipe to drink in sth...

Replace b by p...you get impipe....when you take something in by pipe, you absorb,assimilate.....

sounds like bribe... if you bribe someone they are abosrbed to your side...

im+bibe bibe is like bibo (mineral water).

In with pipe or straw.

a new bearth takes his meal from boobs(bibe).of her mother.so inbibe means to drink.

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