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Ingest — In*gest , v. t. [L. ingenium, p. p. of ingerere to put in; pref. in in + gerere to bear.] 1. To take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal. Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] 2. To take into the body by any means, as by inhalation,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
ingest — (v.) 1610s, from L. ingestus, pp. of ingerere to throw in, pour in, heap upon, from in into (see IN (Cf. in ) (2)) + gerere to carry, of unknown origin. Related: Ingested; ingesting … Etymology dictionary
ingest — *eat, swallow, devour, consume Analogous words: introduce, insert: *receive, take, accept … New Dictionary of Synonyms
ingest — [v] swallow absorb, consume, devour, digest, down, drink, eat, inhale; concept 169 … New thesaurus
ingest — ► VERB ▪ take (food or drink) into the body by swallowing or absorbing it. DERIVATIVES ingestion noun ingestive adjective. ORIGIN Latin ingerere bring in … English terms dictionary
ingest — [in jest′] vt. [< L ingestus, pp. of ingerere, to carry, put into < in , into + gerere, to carry] to take (food, drugs, etc.) into the body, as by swallowing, inhaling, or absorbing ingestion n. ingestive adj … English World dictionary
ingest — [[t]ɪnʤe̱st[/t]] ingests, ingesting, ingested VERB When animals or plants ingest a substance, they take it into themselves, for example by eating or absorbing it. [TECHNICAL] [V n] When we ingest a mineral it must be combined with an amino acid… … English dictionary
ingest — UK [ɪnˈdʒest] / US verb [transitive] Word forms ingest : present tense I/you/we/they ingest he/she/it ingests present participle ingesting past tense ingested past participle ingested biology to take food or drink into the body Derived word:… … English dictionary
ingest — verb Ingest is used with these nouns as the object: ↑calorie … Collocations dictionary
ingest — verb take (a substance) into the body by swallowing or absorbing it. Derivatives ingestion noun ingestive adjective Origin C17: from L. ingest , ingerere bring in … English new terms dictionary
ingest — v.tr. 1 take in (food etc.); eat. 2 absorb (facts, knowledge, etc.). Derivatives: ingestion n. ingestive adj. Etymology: L ingerere ingest (as IN (2), gerere carry) … Useful english dictionary