I didn't sat that I 'ate' anything. You did, Liar.<quoted text>
You're the one who said you ate the book.
Look homeward, ahole.
a. To become assimilated into the body.
b. To assimilate food substances.
Perhaps if you read them, you wouldn't appear such an idiot.
Your severe limitations brought on by Urban 'education' must be painful, I know. But, here,....feast on some food for the intellect:
3. to obtain ideas or meaning from; assimilate mentally: to digest an article on nuclear energy.
4. to think over; ponder.
5. to bear with patience; endure.
6. to arrange in convenient or methodical order; reduce to a system; classify.
7. to condense, abridge, or summarize.
11. a collection or compendium, as of literary or scientific matter, esp. when classified or condensed.
12. a systematic abstract of some body of law.
1. A collection of previously published material, such as articles, essays, or reports, usually in edited or condensed form.
2. Law A systematic arrangement of statutes or court decisions.
3. A periodical containing literary abridgments or other condensed works.
2.(Psychology)(tr) to assimilate mentally
4.(tr) to arrange in a methodical or systematic order; classify
5.(tr) to reduce to a summary
1.(Library Science & Bibliography) a comprehensive and systematic compilation of information or material, often condensed
2.(Communication Arts / Journalism & Publishing) a magazine, periodical, etc., that summarizes news of current events
3.(Law) a compilation of rules of law based on decided cases