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  1. di·gest

    verb

    noun

    • 1. a compilation or summary of material or information: "a digest of their findings"
    • 2. a substance or mixture obtained by digestion: "a digest of cloned DNA"
  2. 1. to convert (food) in the alimentary canal into a form that can be assimilated by the body. 2. to promote the digestion of (food). 3. to obtain ideas or meaning from; assimilate mentally: to digest an article on nuclear energy. 4. to think over; ponder. 5. to bear with patience; endure.

  3. Digest | Definition of Digest by Merriam-Webster

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    Digest definition is - a summation or condensation of a body of information: such as. How to use digest in a sentence.

  4. Digest | Definition of Digest at Dictionary.com

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    the Digest, a collection in fifty books of excerpts, especially from the writings of the Classical Roman jurists, compiled by order of Justinian in the 6th century a.d.; the Pandects. Biochemistry . the product of the action of an enzyme on food or other organic material.

  5. Digest definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    The noun is pronounced (daɪdʒest ). 1. verb. When food digests or when you digest it, it passes through your body to your stomach. Your stomach removes the substances that your body needs and gets rid of the rest. Do not undertake strenuous exercise for a few hours after a meal to allow food to digest.

  6. DIGEST | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    digest definition: 1. to change food in your stomach into substances that your body can use: 2. to read or hear new…. Learn more.

  7. Digestion | Definition of Digestion by Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of digestion. : the action, process, or power of digesting: such as. a : the process of making food absorbable by mechanically and enzymatically breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds in the digestive tract.

  8. Digest legal definition of digest

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    Digest. A collection or compilation that embodies the chief matter of numerous books, articles, court decisions, and so on, disposed under proper heads or titles, and usually by an alphabetical arrangement, for facility in reference.

  9. Digestion | definition of digestion by Medical dictionary

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    1. the subjection of a substance to prolonged heat and moisture, so as to soften and disintegrate it. 2. the act or process of converting food into chemical substances that can be absorbed into the blood and utilized by the body tissue. Digestion. 1. Carbohydrates: principally starches, lactose, and sucrose.

  10. Digestion | Definition of Digestion at Dictionary.com

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    Digestion is a technical term which relates the mechanical, enzymatic, and chemical degradation of food.

  11. Digestion - Wikipedia

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    Digestion is a form of catabolism that is often divided into two processes based on how food is broken down: mechanical and chemical digestion. The term mechanical digestion refers to the physical breakdown of large pieces of food into smaller pieces which can subsequently be accessed by digestive enzymes.