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    Question difference

    what is the difference between the sentences:

    absorbed with something / absorbed in something

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    Default Re: difference

    I think the difference is:
    absorbed with something - doing
    absorbed in something - being

    He was absorbed with his project.
    He was absorbed in thought.
    Others may have other thoughts.

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    Default Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    I think the difference is:
    absorbed with something - doing

    absorbed in something - being


    He was absorbed with his project.

    He was absorbed in thought.
    Others may have other thoughts.

    ~R
    thank you !! :)

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