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di·gest·i·ble

 (dī-jĕs′tə-bəl, dĭ-)
adj.
Readily or easily digested: digestible meals.

di·gest′i·bil′i·ty n.
di·gest′i·bly adv.

digestible

(dɪˈdʒɛstəbəl; daɪ-)
adj
(Cookery) capable of being digested or easy to digest
diˌgestiˈbility, diˈgestibleness n
diˈgestibly adv

di•gest•i•ble

(dɪˈdʒɛs tə bəl, daɪ-)

adj.
capable of being readily digested.
[1350–1400; < Late Latin]
di•gest`i•bil′i•ty, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.digestible - capable of being converted into assimilable condition in the alimentary canal
comestible, eatable, edible - suitable for use as food
indigestible - digested with difficulty
Translations
قابِل للهَضْم
stravitelný
fordøjelig
emészthetõ
meltanlegur
stráviteľný
sindirilebilir

digestible

[dɪˈdʒestəbl] ADJ
1. [food] → digerible
easily digestiblefácil de digerir
2. (= understandable) [information] → asimilable, fácil de digerir
he presents the information in an easily digestible formpresenta la información de un modo fácil de digerir or fácilmente asimilable

digestible

[daɪˈdʒɛstəbəl dɪˈdʒɛstəbəl] adj
[food] → digestible
[idea, information] → facile à assimiler

digestible

adjverdaulich

digestible

[dɪˈdʒɛstəbl] adjdigeribile

digest

(daiˈdʒest) verb
1. to break up (food) in the stomach etc and turn it into a form which the body can use. The invalid had to have food that was easy to digest.
2. to take in and think over (information etc). It took me some minutes to digest what he had said.
noun
summary; brief account. a digest of the week's news.
diˈgestible adjective
able to be digested. This food is scarcely digestible.
diˈgestion (-tʃən) noun
1. the act of digesting food.
2. the ability of one's body to digest food. poor digestion.
diˈgestive (-tiv) adjective
of digestion. the human digestive system.

digestible

adj digerible, digestible
References in classic literature ?
I thought the steaks more digestible," the Trainer explained.
Without any aid from the science of cookery, he was immediately employed, in common with his fellows, in gorging himself with this digestible sustenance.
It was in vain urged by the housewife that God made yeast, as well as dough, and loves fermentation just as dearly as he loves vegetation; that fermentation develops the saccharine element in the grain, and makes it more palatable and more digestible.
Our early work on food plots focused mainly on the crude and digestible protein of various cultivated species and varieties, such as legumes, cereal grains and broadleaf plants.
In an interview, he said, 'The country is making fast-track progress under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif but it is not digestible by his opponents.
In the recent years, poultry diets are being formulated on digestible AA (DAA) basis rather than total AA.
Researchers have said two insect-based poultry feeds are expected to provide digestible amino acids and be sources of metabolizable energy.
A widespread culinary conviction asserts that soaking beans will make them more digestible by breaking down complex carbohydrates in the bean to form more readily digestible carbohydrates--thus reducing flatulence.
Starch comes in two forms, digestible and indigestible.
Stover Ventures will commercialize CSI's patented biomass treatment process for producing highly digestible feed products and high-value specialty chemicals from agricultural residues.
Lysine is the first limiting amino acid in pig diets, and is used as a reference in the formulation, considering the recommended levels of standardized digestible lysine to estimate the requirements of other essential amino acids and guarantee optimum growth and yield in lean meat (3-5).