uptake
noun
1. (absorption) 
Eating foods containing vitamin C will facilitate the body's uptake of iron.Comer alimentos que contienen vitamina C facilitará la absorción de hierro del cuerpo.
2. (interest) (United Kingdom) 
The uptake of new technology increases over time.La aceptación de la nueva tecnología crece con el tiempo.
The uptake of the government's green energy deal has so far been disappointing.Hasta ahora la respuesta a la oferta del gobierno en relación a la energía verde ha sido decepcionante.
uptake
Noun
1. (colloquial) 
to be quick/slow on the uptakeser/no ser muy espabilado(a)
uptake [ˈʌpteɪk]
noun
1 (understanding)
to be quick on the uptake ser muy listo; agarrar las cosas al vuelo (informal); to be slow on the uptake ser corto (de entendederas) (informal)
to be quick on the uptake to be a bit slow on the uptake
2 (intake) consumo (m)
3 (acceptance) aceptación (f); (number accepted) cantidad (f) admitida
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