Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1(absorption)asimilación femininethe assimilation of ethnic minorities into the community — la integración de las minorías étnicas en la comunidad
- Similarly, Jones defies an easy assimilation into civilian society.
- There is nothing new about the assimilation of elements of popular culture into the fine arts.
- Assimilation was a process of monitoring non-indigenous lives using non-indigenous benchmarks.
- It is said that the forced assimilation of native people to European-American values caused the degradation of Native American art.
- The movie is about cultural differences and the difficulties of assimilation.
- <i>Spanglish</i> appears to confront immigrant fear and the compromises of assimilation.
- Asylum seekers could enhance their image by accepting the necessity of certain cultural and linguistic assimilation with the host community.
- One interesting case is the assimilation of foreign cultures that took place in insular Southeast Asia.
- In the new country, the former colonizer's country, a new cycle of forced and voluntary assimilation started all over again.
- This paved the way for multiculturalism, undermining the relevance of assimilation for many new immigrants.
2formal(making similar)asimilación feminine
- What was happening here was assimilation to the English model with its directly state-run Anglican Church.
- As Aristotle states, knowledge is an assimilation to the thing known.
- We often see the assimilation of differing perspectives.
- The Enlightenment was the beginning of the gradual domestication of the doctrine, and its eventual assimilation to a secular understanding.
- In the general, abstract sense of becoming similar—that is, in respects that have to be specified—assimilation does not seem to be morally objectionable.
- In order to comprehend the mechanisms of assimilation, some comprehension of the production of speech sounds is needed.
- The vowel that causes the vowel assimilation is frequently termed the trigger.
- This may help reduce final consonant deletion, assimilation, and other phonological processes.
- Assimilation can be anticipatory, where a sound changes to resemble a sound that follows it ('dog' becomes 'gog').
- Vowel harmony is a subclass of assimilation.