absorbent definition

  • adjective:
    • effective at taking in: absorbent cotton.
    • Absorbing; eating; absorptive.
    • having energy or capacity or habit of soak up or take in some thing (liquids or power etc.)
  • noun:
    • A substance which capable of taking in.
    • Any material which absorbs and neutralizes acidic liquid into the tummy and bowels, as magnesia, chalk, etc.; in addition a substance, e.g., iodine, which acts on absorbent vessels so as to lower enlarged and indurated parts.
    • A liquid used in the entire process of isolating fumes or volatile liquids, in oil refining.
    • Everything which absorbs.
    • Any substance which absorbs and neutralizes acidic fluid inside belly and bowels, as magnesia, chalk, etc.; also a substance age. g., iodine) which acts regarding absorbent vessels to be able to decrease enlarged and indurated components.
    • The vessels through which the procedures of absorption are continued, while the lymphatics in pets, the extremities of origins in flowers.
    • Anything which absorbs.
    • a material having capability or habit of absorb another substance
  • others:
    • Absorbing or effective at taking in; imbibing; ingesting; carrying out the function of absorption: as, absorbent vessels; the absorbent system.

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