Translation of absorption in Spanish:


concentración, n.

Pronunciation /əbˈzɔrpʃ(ə)n/ /əbˈsɔrpʃ(ə)n/ /əbˈzɔːpʃ(ə)n/ /əbˈsɔːpʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    (being engrossed)
    concentración feminine
    ensimismamiento masculine
    absorption in sth
    to watch/listen with absorption mirar/escuchar absorto
    • Wilder captures the childlike adoration of the father and absorption in the way the world works.
    • There is a memorable letter of 1910 in which he justifies his total absorption in composition, and gives a unique account of the genesis of two of his works.
    • The sports talk station gives you a succession of men whose absorption in a fantasy world is, to me, borderline insane.
    • His absorption with the world of advertising and the intricacies associated with it find dominant echoes in his works.
    • This sense of enchantment, of utter absorption in a moment, is fundamental to the lyric and lies at the heart of what it has to offer.
    • Psychologists talk about flow, a term that describes a state of total absorption in a task, and in which people are often at their happiest.
    • His love for Sydney and his total absorption in the affairs of his adopted country never wavered.
    • To be sure, his later absorption in philosophy made him neglect his private affairs and he eventually fell to a level of comparative poverty.
    • Brenna abruptly looked up, her absorption with the piece broken.
    • Eventually Tocqueville's single-minded absorption in French affairs will lead him away from America altogether.
    • Even laziness, inattention and simple absorption in the mundane can gradually erode the capacities in which this property resides.
    • The speaker's absorption in the beautiful image turns him into a Narcissus who can never be satisfied.
    • Using his absorption with the computer as my defense, I declined to plug in.
    • His apparent absorption in his own thoughts borders on the rude.
    • While sneaking out of their rooms, he saw you walking down the hallway and in all your absorption in your books, you didn't flicker a glance at him.
    • Sometimes a museum capitalizes on our absorption with money.
    • The intensity of and absorption in play finds no explanation in biological analysis.
    • Anna has been using her absorption in work to avoid even thinking about these issues.
    • It turns out that absorption in his work had left him no time for children, hobbies, or close friendships.
    • What motivates Colin Marshall is just total absorption in what he is doing and he is proud of it.
  • 2

    • 2.1

      (of liquid, gas, nutrients, light) absorción feminine
      (of shock, impact) absorción feminine
      (of shock, impact) amortiguamiento masculine
      • Nor is it merely that their absorption into domesticity makes functional sense in a commercial and industrial society.
      • But milk appeared to inhibit the antioxidant potential of the flavonoids, reducing their absorption into the bloodstream.
      • From a British point of view, further absorption into the European Union will be a disaster.
      • Cholesterol taken up by bacterial cells in the intestine is unlikely to be available for absorption into the blood.
      • Spam's absorption into popular culture indicates that it has become a fact of life.
      • They solubilize dietary lipids facilitating their hydrolysis by lipases and their absorption into the bloodstream.
      • Persecution and absorption into popular Christianity served to cut short many pagan religious practices.
      • Here status preservation came through absorption into the expanding state bureaucracy and army.
      • Instead of ending the play with the hitman's absorption into the group, however, there's a gratuitous plot-twist.
      • The relatively quick absorption into the bloodstream enables a rapid headache response.
      • And be sure to paint the inside of the planter to minimize water absorption into the wood.
      • Today, we confront the more subtle threat of absorption into the larger community.
      • Eating dishes cooked with a variety of spices and herbs helps the process of digestion - absorption, assimilation and elimination.
      • People with high-arches tend to require greater shock absorption.
      • Shock absorption is especially important for fitness instructors.
      • Its molded cushioning cradles my foot for maximum shock absorption.
      • Essentially it is made of bones known as vertebrae with a disc for shock absorption between the vertebrae.
      • Oxygen is the fuel that starts the chemical process of nutrient absorption through a seedling's root tips.
      • In children the problems of poor vitamin and mineral absorption can cause stunted growth and dental problems if the condition is not recognised.
      • This allows faster processing and greater absorption of information.

    • 2.2(of information)

      asimilación feminine