assimilate よく理解する

February 22, 2014 =========
☆ assimilate よく理解する
When you assimilate new ideas, customs, or techniques, you learn them or absorb them. You are trying to fully understand the information or ideas.
For example, if you were having trouble learning something, you could say, “I’ve tried assimilating the new ideas from class, but I just can’t. I don’t understand them well enough. Could you help me?”
Or perhaps you had a week filled with strange or unusual events. “I’m just trying to assimilate the week’s events!”
It’s not such a common word, but why not try using it in a sentence?