Marie tried to assimilate the week's events.
Consonants are frequently assimilated to neighboring consonants.
They did not assimilate with the local population.
Some foreigners assimilate easily into our way of life.
He tried to assimilate himself into the new community.
They assimilated their customs and behavior to the new environment.
We assimilate some kinds of food more easily than others.
A good student assimilates knowledge quickly.
The U. S. A. has assimilated people from many European countries.
Many people who are disillusioned in reality assimilate life to a dream.
America has assimilated many outstanding people from all corners of the world.
We should critically assimilate whatever is beneficial in literature and arts from other countries.
As a qualified lawyer, he has to assimilate the facts, not just remember them.
People of different nationalities often take some time to be assimilated into a country.
People of different nationalities often take years to be assimilated into a country.
The U.S. has assimilated people from many European countries.
Kindergartens are all about getting kids assimilated what schools like.
They were eventually assimilated lock, stock and barrel into the Slavic people.
You can't assimilate them to school when they're not in school.
Accept, assimilate and live according to the fact that we can make a difference.
我们能够做出改变这个事实 并接受 同化以及据此生活。
The Etruscan cities were not so much defeated as they were assimilated.
You see? He may have assimilated in some ways, but he still fights playing by the rules.
The empire heeded Vergil's call to spare the vanquished in fact the Romans usually assimilated their vanquished.
As quickly as the kids they bring over assimilate the English language, the parents actually lean on them to.
Whatever happened to the treasure-owner, most of the Vikings in England stayed on and, in due course, were assimilated.
We've already seen that Rome had no coherent plan for assimilating its Italian conquests and Italian allies.
And they gave me strict orders not to assimilate.
Many Ainu have been completely assimilated into Japanese society and have no knowledge of their ancestry or historical roots, traditions and culture.
But the administration embraced the racist notion of Asian Americans as an assimilated, financially secure “model minority” and therefore not a true “minority.”
但学校行政部门怀有这样一种种族观念, 认为亚裔美国人是同化的、经济有保障的“模范数族裔”, 因此不算是真正的“数族裔”。
She married at 14, adapted her speech in order to assimilate into urban society and saved enough money to send all her children to university.
The troop is sponsored by the Baptist church. They give us free outfits and overnights, and we let 'em think we're assimilating. Everybody wins.
这支队伍是由浸信会组织的 他们免费提供我们全套装备在当地过夜，我们让他们相信我们同化了 双赢。
The new Sun blasted out fierce light and heat that, over millions of years, blew away the leftover disk material that hadn't yet been assimilated into planets.
We are obliged to them because some of these languages have since vanished, as the peoples who spoke them died out or became assimilated and lost their native languages.
And then the Borg assimilated the deaf guy—not out of pity, not out of anger, but because he had a biological distinctiveness that the Borg wanted, including unique language capabilities.