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the action of ingesting, or consuming something orally, whether it be food, drink, medicine, or other substance. It is usually referred to as the first step of digestion
Taken in by the mouth
the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
means taking a material into the body by mouth (swallowing)
{i} act of taking into the body, act of taking in via the mouth, consumption (i.e. food)
type of exposure that occurs through the mouth
The swallowing of certain chemicals can obviously be harmful Sometimes chemicals are harmful in such small quantities that special precautions must be taken to ensure that they do not inadvertently get into the mouth and are then swallowed
The introduction of a chemical into the body through the mouth Inhaled chemicals may be trapped in saliva and swallowed
Taking in by the mouth
The intake of water or food particles by "swallowing" them, taking them into the body cavity or into a vacuole Contrast with absorption
Taking food, water, or medicine into the body by mouth
The act of taking or putting into the stomach; as, the ingestion of milk or other food
The taking in of a substance through the mouth
Entry of material (e g toxins) into the body through the mouth, or by inhalation through the respiratory system
Swallowing (such as eating or drinking) One route of exposure to chemicals After ingestion, chemicals can be absorbed into the blood and distributed throughout the body
Taking in and swallowing a substance through the mouth
Taken into the body by mouth or swallowing
Swallowing (such as eating or drinking)
Taking a substance into the body through the mouth as food, drink, medicine, or unknowingly as on contaminated hands or cigarettes, etc
Eating; taking by mouth
Ingestion means taking a material into the body by mouth (swallowing) Inhalation - Inhalation means taking a material into the body by breathing it in Irritancy, Irritation - Irritancy is the ability of a material to irritate the skin, eyes, nose, throat, or any other part of the body that it contacts Signs and symptoms of irritation include tearing in the eyes and reddening, swelling, itching and pain or the affected part of the body Irritancy is often described as mild, moderate or severe, depending on the degree of irritation caused by a specific amount of the material Irritancy may also be described by a number on a scale of 0 to 4, where 0 indicated no irritation and 4 means severe irritation Irritancy is usually determined in animal experiments The Controlled Products Regulations, describe technical criteria for identifying materials which are skin or eye irritants
The taking of a substance through the mouth
The act of taking food, medicines, etc , into the body by mouth
Taking a material into the body by mouth (swallowing)
To take into the body, as for digestion
{n} a throwing into the stomach
Filing raw or feed video into a server "Quick, ingest that tape!"
To take in, as if for digestion
To take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal
take up mentally; "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
v to take into the body by or as if by swallowing
{f} take into the body, take in via the mouth, consume (as in food); absorb, take in
An ingested object becomes part of the current collection It is physically copied into SRB space and stored in a resource or container chosen by the user The user can also associate metadata with the file during the ingestion process
serve oneself to, or consume regularly; "Have another bowl of chicken soup!"; "I don't take sugar in my coffee"
accepts information objects from producers and prepare information objects for storage and management within the archive
When animals or plants ingest a substance, they take it into themselves, for example by eating or absorbing it. side effects occurring in fish that ingest this substance + ingestion in·ges·tion Every ingestion of food can affect our mood or thinking processes. to take food or other substances into your body digest digest (1) (past participle of ingerere, from gerere )



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    /ənˈʤesʧən/ /ɪnˈʤɛsʧən/


    [ in-'jest ] (transitive verb.) 1620. Latin ingestus, past participle of ingerere to carry in, from in- + gerere to bear.

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