To assume or pay for as part of a commercialtransaction. (verb)
Examples of word absorb
I felt my skin absorb the energy from the light and I could feel the energy surge through me and spread.
Bamboo forests grow very fast and with a very little burden on environment because the quantity of CO2 that they can absorb is very high.
Does my skin absorb enough ultraviolet rays to produce sufficient vitamin D?
Give the songwriters more money, but make the publishing companies and the labels absorb the cost.
However, if they contain an absorbing agent and if their connections are open at both ends and are not tapered, they will increase in weight at the same rate after that period has elapsed, that is to say, they absorb from the air water vapour and therefore become heavier.
It is also necessary that the air should have access to the roots of plants, as they depend for their nourishment almost as much on the carbon and other elements which they absorb from the air, as on those which they obtain from the soil.
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More than two weeks before a McCain ad compared Mr. Obama’s celebrity quotient to that of the two blondes, Mr. Obama had them on his mind as he talked about parenting and how he and his wife watch what their daughters, Malia, 10 and Sasha, 7, absorb from the culture all around them.