Meaning of assimilatory in English:


Pronunciation /əˈsɪmɪlət(ə)ri/

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See assimilate

‘The Israeli ministry of education applies assimilatory ideologies, and assumes that Hebrew should be the language of instruction, not Russian.’
  • ‘An immediate first line of defense to nutrient deficiency is the activation of assimilatory mechanisms, and this is well established for copper as well.’
  • ‘It is thus not surprising that regulatory interactions between assimilatory sulphate and nitrate assimilation in plants were long established.’
  • ‘These assimilatory views are part of a perception of a quite dominant culture, much more than exists in Canada for example.’
  • ‘By contrast, ammonium or its metabolic products exert inhibitory effects on the nitrate assimilatory pathway.’