Imbibe - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- take (gas, light or heat) into a solution (syn: assimilate)
- take in liquids (syn: drink)
- receive into the mind and retain
She imbibed vast quantities of coffee.
She never imbibes but isn't offended when others do.
A sponge imbibes moisture.
We were delighted to imbibe fresh air.
Such salts are easily imbibed by water.
Young people easily imbibe bad habits.
Both men imbibed considerable quantities of gin.
She had imbibed the traditions of her family.
present participle: imbibing
past tense: imbibed
past participle: imbibed
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