Synonyms of digest in English:

digest


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See Spanish definition of digerir

verb

1‘babies take longer to digest formula milk’

SYNONYMS
break down, dissolve, assimilate, absorb, take in, take up

2‘they take ages to digest even simple facts’

SYNONYMS
assimilate, absorb, take in, understand, comprehend, grasp, master, learn, familiarize oneself with
consider, think about, contemplate, mull over, chew over, weigh up, reflect on, ponder, meditate on, study
informal get, get the hang of, pick up, get clued up about, get the point of

3‘the source material needs to be digested’

SYNONYMS
classify, catalogue, tabulate, codify, arrange, order, dispose, systematize, methodize
condense, compress, compact, telescope, summarize, precis, abstract
rare epitomize

noun

1‘a digest of current world news is published monthly’

SYNONYMS
summary, synopsis, abstract, precis, résumé, outline, sketch, rundown, quick rundown, round-up, abridgement, summation, review, compendium
North American wrap-up
archaic argument
rare epitome, summa, conspectus