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indigestible in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindigestiblein‧di‧ges‧ti‧ble /ˌɪndɪˈdʒestəbəl◂/ adjective  1 DFfood that is indigestible cannot easily be broken down in the stomach into substances that the body can use2 UNDERSTANDinformation that is indigestible is not easy to understand indigestible statistics
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indigestibleAnd we can speak up to tell them that bitter pills are indigestible.By this process we reduce an indigestible amount of data into meaningful lumps.But it is buried in the indigestible and clumsy structure of Greig's play.Some of them feel a need to defend this by writing indigestible, difficult to understand books that are incoherent.Gastric clearance of indigestible markers was significantly slower in patients with than in those without cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy.Many birds of prey regurgitate pellets which contain the indigestible remains of their prey, including much of the bone.There must be no indigestible row this evening.