What is the difference between Churning and Assimilation?

The difference between churning and assimilation

is that "churning" is present participle of churn and "assimilation" is the act of assimilating or the state of being assimilated.




  • present participle of churn


  • The act by which something is churned.
  • The quantity of butter prepared (by churning) at one time.


  • The act of assimilating or the state of being assimilated.
  • The metabolic conversion of nutrients into tissue.
  • (by extension) The absorption of new ideas into an existing cognitive structure.
  • (phonology) A sound change process by which the phonetics of a speech segment becomes more like that of another segment in a word (or at a word boundary), so that a change of phoneme occurs.
  • (sociology, cultural studies) The adoption, by a minority group, of the customs and attitudes of the dominant culture.


  • –France swarms with Gracchus’s and Publicolas, who by imaginary assimilations of acts, which a change of manners has rendered different, fancy themselves more than equal to their prototypes.
  • His work generally is full of assimilations and quotations from art that is not Mexican, and he’s said, “Nationalism has nothing to do with my work.
  • We have great need to be careful in these assimilations; some kinds of food are rich but not easily digested.
  • Hence, rather than being the result of mishearing and assimilation, the application of Hobson-Jobson to the Muharram was intentionally disparaging.