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Detailed Translations for digest from English to French


to digest verb (digests, digested, digesting)

  1. to digest (spend money; consume)
    digérer; se corroder; dépenser; consommer; user; se consumer
    • digérer verb (digère, digères, digérons, digérez, )
    • dépenser verb (dépense, dépenses, dépensons, dépensez, )
    • consommer verb (consomme, consommes, consommons, consommez, )
    • user verb (use, uses, usons, usez, )
  2. to digest (stomach; swallow)
    avaler; digérer
    • avaler verb (avale, avales, avalons, avalez, )
    • digérer verb (digère, digères, digérons, digérez, )

Conjugations for digest:

  1. digest
  2. digest
  3. digests
  4. digest
  5. digest
  6. digest
simple past
  1. digested
  2. digested
  3. digested
  4. digested
  5. digested
  6. digested
present perfect
  1. have digested
  2. have digested
  3. has digested
  4. have digested
  5. have digested
  6. have digested
past continuous
  1. was digesting
  2. were digesting
  3. was digesting
  4. were digesting
  5. were digesting
  6. were digesting
  1. shall digest
  2. will digest
  3. will digest
  4. shall digest
  5. will digest
  6. will digest
continuous present
  1. am digesting
  2. are digesting
  3. is digesting
  4. are digesting
  5. are digesting
  6. are digesting
  1. be digested
  2. be digested
  3. be digested
  4. be digested
  5. be digested
  6. be digested
  1. digest!
  2. let's digest!
  3. digested
  4. digesting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for digest:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- compilation
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avaler digest; stomach; swallow absorb; booze; devour; drink; drink excessively; drink heavily; gulp; gulp down; have on; have too much to drink; nibble; nybble; pick up; pickle; polish off; put away; put up with; salt; souse; submit to; swallow; swallow up; take in; take up
consommer consume; digest; spend money accomplish; become worn; consume; devour; dine; dine out; dispatch; eat; eat heartily; eat hungrily; eat up; feast upon; finish; fulfil; fulfill; get worn out; gnaw; gorge; grab a bite; have a meal; have dinner; have on; have something to eat; having a good feed; munch; nibble; nybble; peck; perform; pick; quench; relieve; spend; take something; tuck into; use; use up; wear out; wine and dine; work inside
digérer consume; digest; spend money; stomach; swallow consume; devour; spend; use; use up
dépenser consume; digest; spend money bear; charge through; consume; endure; fly through; pay; spend; stand; sustain; use; use up
se consumer consume; digest; spend money become worn; burn; burn down; burn loose; burn out; burn to a cinder; burn up; consume; fire; flare up; get worn out; languish; long for; pine; pine away; spend; take fire; use; use up; waste away; wear out; wither
se corroder consume; digest; spend money be lost; be wrecked; become worn; consume; crash; decay; degenerate; deteriorate; fall into decline; get worn out; go bad; meet an accident; perish; rot; spend; spoil; use; use up; wear out
user consume; digest; spend money apply; become worn; burn up; consume; employ; finish; get worn out; handle; make use of; practice; practise; spend; take; tire out; use; use up; utilise; utilize; wear out
- concentrate; condense
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
consommer consume

Related Words for "digest":

Synonyms for "digest":

Related Definitions for "digest":

  1. something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)1
  2. a periodical that summarizes the news1
  3. soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture1
  4. make more concise1
  5. soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture1
  6. systematize, as by classifying and summarizing1
    • the government digested the entire law into a code1
  7. become assimilated into the body1
    • Protein digests in a few hours1
  8. arrange and integrate in the mind1
    • I cannot digest all this information1
  9. convert food into absorbable substances1
    • I cannot digest milk products1
  10. A message in a mailing list that is sent to subscribers in place of the multiple individual posts that the digest contains. If the mailing list is moderated, the digest may be edited.2

Wiktionary Translations for digest:

  1. magazine of abridged articles
  2. compilation of statutes or decisions analytically arranged
  1. to separate food in the alimentary canal
  1. Écrit ou discours dans lequel on rendre d’une manière succincte ce qui est ou ce qui pouvoir être plus développer.
  2. recueil des décisions des plus fameux jurisconsultes romains, composé par ordre de l’empereur Justinien, qui leur donner force de loi.
  3. Synthèse d’articles de presse écrite ayant un point commun, rédigée pour que quelqu’un pouvoir prendre connaissance de leur contenu rapidement.
  4. Ouvrage présentant les grandes lignes d’un sujet donné
  1. Action d’élaborer la nourriture mangée

Cross Translation:
digest digérer verteren — voedsel afbreken
digest assimiler verarbeiten — (transitiv) (Verständnis; Auffassung) etwas geistig bewältigen
digest digérer verarbeiten — (transitiv) (Körper) etwas verdauen, das zumeist den Körper belasten
digest digérer verdauen — (transitiv): Nahrung mit Hilfe der Verdauungsorgane in solche für den Körper verwertbare Bestandteile zerlegen
digest digérer verdauen — (intransitiv): den Vorgang der Verdauung ausüben