assimilable

asimilabl
adjectif
1) (comparable)

assimilable à — comparable to

2) Droit (équivalent)

assimilable à — [personne] deemed; [avantage, pratique] deemed equivalent to

3) (par l'esprit)

des notions assimilables dès l'âge de cinq ans — ideas which can be assimilated from the age of five

4) [population, substance] easily assimilated (par by)
* * *
asimilabl adj
easily assimilated, easily absorbed
* * *
assimilable adj
1 (comparable) assimilable à comparable to;
2 Jur (équivalent) assimilable à [personne] deemed; [avantage, pratique] deemed equivalent to; les résidents étrangers sont assimilables aux nationaux du point de vue fiscal foreign residents are deemed nationals for tax purposes; les primes sont assimilables à des salaires bonuses are deemed equivalent to salaries;
3 (par l'esprit) des notions assimilables dès l'âge de cinq ans ideas which can be assimilated from the age of five;
4 (intégrable) [minorité, peuple] easily assimilated;
5 Physiol [aliment, substance] easily assimilated (par by).
[asimilabl] adjectif
1. PHYSIOLOGIE assimilable, easily absorbed ou assimilated
2. [abordable] easily acquired ou assimilated
3. SOCIOLOGIE easily assimilated ou integrated
4. [similaire]
assimilable à comparable to
son travail est souvent assimilable à celui d'un médecin his work can often be compared to that of a doctor

Dictionnaire Français-Anglais. 2013.

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  • assimilable — [ asimilabl ] adj. • 1803 sens 2; de assimiler ♦ Qui peut être assimilé. 1 ♦ Qu on peut assimiler à qqch., traiter comme semblable. ⇒ comparable, semblable. L aliéné est assimilable à un mineur. Assimilables l un à l autre. 2 ♦ Qui est… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Assimilable — As*sim i*la*ble, a. That may be assimilated; that may be likened, or appropriated and incorporated. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • assimilable — adjective Date: 1667 capable of being assimilated < provides…information in a clear, assimilable fashion Times Literary Supplement > • assimilability noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • assimilable — assimilate ► VERB 1) take in and understand (information or ideas). 2) absorb and integrate into a people or culture. 3) absorb and digest (food or nutrients). 4) regard as or make similar. DERIVATIVES assimilable adjective assimilation noun… …   English terms dictionary

  • ASSIMILABLE — adj. des deux genres T. didactique Qui est susceptible d’assimilation. Substances assimilables, non assimilables. Nourriture, aliments assimilables, Qui s’assimilent au corps et lui profitent …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • assimilable — assimilability, n. /euh sim euh leuh beuhl/, adj. capable of being assimilated. [1640 50; < ML assimilabilis, equiv. to L assimila(re) (see ASSIMILATE) + bilis BLE] * * * …   Universalium

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