digest / verb dɪˈdʒɛst, daɪ-; noun ˈdaɪ dʒɛst /


digest3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to convert in the alimentary canal into absorbable form for assimilation into the system.
  2. to promote the digestion of.
  3. to obtain information, ideas, or principles from; assimilate mentally: to digest a pamphlet on nuclear waste.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to digest food.
  2. to undergo digestion, as food.
n. 名词 noun
  1. a collection or compendium, usually of literary, historical, legal, or scientific matter, especially when classified or condensed.
  2. Law. a systematic abstract of some body of law.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.
  3. Biochemistry. the product of the action of an enzyme on food or other organic material.

digest 近义词

v. 动词 verb

come to understand

v. 动词 verb

tolerate, endure

n. 名词 noun

abridgement of something written

v. 动词 verb

assimilate food

v. 动词 verb

make shorter; abridge


  1. It’s crucial to eat early and often and make sure you’re getting quick-hitting, easy-to-digest fuel, usually in the form of sugary snacks.
  2. What follows is a digest of notes concerning the recent earnings results from Box, Sprout Social, Yext, Snowflake and Salesforce.
  3. If you want an overview of just the numbers, Natasha and I wrote a digest here.
  4. Beyond speeding up the reading process, you can use digest tools to get edited highlights, and speed through documents, books, emails, and websites faster than before.
  5. If you want to deal with a bunch of content at once, there’s Mailbrew, a smart digest service that covers a whole range of sources including email newsletters, Twitter, Reddit, and Google News.
  6. Warfighting, its authors freely admitted, was essentially On War in digest form.
  7. It is this kind of abortion narrative that is easiest for people to digest, and there are many cases like this.
  8. Before you invoke images of a nation enjoying more indolence than industry, there is an uncomfortable statistic to digest.
  9. Other volunteers brought Southern Living, Outdoor Photographer, People, Golf Digest, and even a New Yorker.
  10. Food intolerance occurs when your body is unable to digest a certain component of a food, such as the protein called gluten.
  11. We are trying to digest the riffraff of the world, and can't do it, in spite of such incorrigible optimists as Judge Leslie.
  12. Unlike those feathered Romans of the Decadence, we moderns settle for one meal at a sitting, and let it digest in peace.
  13. No doubt, it is possible to thoroughly digest all the requisite material, and then present it in a perfect, beautiful form.
  14. Of deeper interest was the act appointing a committee to make a digest of the laws, that they may be putt in print.
  15. He paused to digest this impossibility, then chattered briskly on.