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digerir in English:

1. digest digest

Cheese doesn't digest easily.
Rice gruel is easy to digest.
Wine helps digest food.
Without our livers producing bile we wouldn't be able to digest properly.
That way, a book will be much easier to digest
Foods you eat which you don't like will not digest well.
Read the poem several times and digest it.
They made and recorded a sort of institute and digest of anarchy, called the Rights of Man.
My neighbor's house was featured in last month's issue of Architectural Digest.
She read the digest of War and Peace.
It was a picture of a boa constrictor digesting an elephant.
It's hard to digest all the information from a class at once.
to change food that you have just eaten into substances that your body can use: Most babies can digest a wide range of food easily.
I can easily digest it.
digestive system; digestive biscuit

English word "digerir"(digest) occurs in sets:

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