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re·sorb

 (rē-zôrb′, -sôrb′)
v. re·sorbed, re·sorb·ing, re·sorbs
v.tr.
1. To absorb again.
2. Biology To dissolve and assimilate (bone tissue, for example).
v.intr.
To undergo resorption.

[Latin resorbēre, to suck back : re-, re- + sorbēre, to suck up.]
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resorb

(rɪˈsɔːb)
vb
(tr) to absorb again
[C17: from Latin resorbēre, from re- + sorbēre to suck in; see absorb]
reˈsorbent adj
reˈsorptive adj
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re•sorb

(rɪˈsɔrb, -ˈzɔrb)

v.t.
to absorb again, as an exudation.
[1630–40; < Latin resorbēre=re- re- + sorbēre to suck up]
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resorb


Past participle: resorbed
Gerund: resorbing

Imperative
resorb
resorb
Present
I resorb
you resorb
he/she/it resorbs
we resorb
you resorb
they resorb
Preterite
I resorbed
you resorbed
he/she/it resorbed
we resorbed
you resorbed
they resorbed
Present Continuous
I am resorbing
you are resorbing
he/she/it is resorbing
we are resorbing
you are resorbing
they are resorbing
Present Perfect
I have resorbed
you have resorbed
he/she/it has resorbed
we have resorbed
you have resorbed
they have resorbed
Past Continuous
I was resorbing
you were resorbing
he/she/it was resorbing
we were resorbing
you were resorbing
they were resorbing
Past Perfect
I had resorbed
you had resorbed
he/she/it had resorbed
we had resorbed
you had resorbed
they had resorbed
Future
I will resorb
you will resorb
he/she/it will resorb
we will resorb
you will resorb
they will resorb
Future Perfect
I will have resorbed
you will have resorbed
he/she/it will have resorbed
we will have resorbed
you will have resorbed
they will have resorbed
Future Continuous
I will be resorbing
you will be resorbing
he/she/it will be resorbing
we will be resorbing
you will be resorbing
they will be resorbing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been resorbing
you have been resorbing
he/she/it has been resorbing
we have been resorbing
you have been resorbing
they have been resorbing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been resorbing
you will have been resorbing
he/she/it will have been resorbing
we will have been resorbing
you will have been resorbing
they will have been resorbing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been resorbing
you had been resorbing
he/she/it had been resorbing
we had been resorbing
you had been resorbing
they had been resorbing
Conditional
I would resorb
you would resorb
he/she/it would resorb
we would resorb
you would resorb
they would resorb
Past Conditional
I would have resorbed
you would have resorbed
he/she/it would have resorbed
we would have resorbed
you would have resorbed
they would have resorbed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.resorb - undergo resorption
absorb - become imbued; "The liquids, light, and gases absorb"
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Translations

resorb

vtresorbieren (spec), → (wieder) aufsaugen
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resorb

vt reabsorber; to get resorbed reabsorberse
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Here, the authors report materials, device architectures, integration strategies, and in vivo demonstrations in rats of implantable, multifunctional silicon sensors for the brain, for which all the constituent materials naturally resorb via hydrolysis and/or metabolic action, eliminating the need for extraction.
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