percolate

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A liquid that has been percolated
To make (coffee) in a percolator

I'll percolate some coffee.

To pass a liquid through a porous substance; to filter
To spread slowly or gradually; to slowly become noticed or realised

Through media reports it percolated to the surface that the police investigation was profoundly flawed.

To drain or seep through a porous substance

Water percolates through sand.

to filter
{v} to strain or pass as through a sieve
spread gradually; "Light percolated into our house in the morning
– The slow vertical or horizontal laminar movement of water through small openings within a porous material
gain or regain energy; "I picked up after a nap"
spread gradually; "Light percolated into our house in the morning"
To pass through fine interstices; to filter; as, water percolates through porous stone
prepare in a percolator; "percolate coffee"
water trickling into the ground
To percolate somewhere means to pass slowly through something that has very small holes or gaps in it. Rain water will only percolate through slowly
To cause to pass through fine interstices, as a liquor; to filter; to strain
pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"
Soaking of water through the soil
If an idea, feeling, or piece of information percolates through a group of people or a thing, it spreads slowly through the group or thing. New fashions took a long time to percolate down. all of these thoughts percolated through my mind
cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent prepare in a percolator; "percolate coffee"
From Parallel Waves, applicable Parallel Lines, Eight Chain Thru, 2 x 4 T-Bones, or other applicable formations Circulate 1 & 1/2; those in the resulting Center Line do a Hinge & Cross as the Others Any Hand Turn Thru Usually ends in Back-to-Back Lines or T-Bones (with everyone facing out)
When you percolate coffee or when coffee percolates, you prepare it in a percolator. She percolated the coffee and put croissants in the oven to warm
the product of percolation pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"
permeate or penetrate gradually; "the fertilizer leached into the ground"
{f} permeate, penetrate; bubble; filter, trickle
the product of percolation pass through; "Water permeates sand easily" cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent prepare in a percolator; "percolate coffee" spread gradually; "Light percolated into our house in the morning
the product of percolation
cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent
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the seepage or filtration of a liquid through a porous substance
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{n} a purification made by a straining
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past of percolate
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{s} filtered
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third-person singular of percolate
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plural of percolate
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present participle of percolate
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Water movement through the soil due to the pull of gravity
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The movement of water through the subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to the ground water or water table reservoirs, without a definite channel
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1 The movement of water downward and radially through subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to ground water Can also involve upward movement of water 2 Slow seepage of water through a filter
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The downward movement of water through soil and rock The terms infiltration and percolation are often used interchangeably
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The movement of water downward and radially through subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to groundwater The rate at which soils permit percolation is a measure of the vulnerability of groundwaters to contamination by surface waters as well as a determinant in the siting of septic fields
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The downward movement of water through the sub-surface soil layers
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- The movement (normally downward) of water through and out of the soil This downward movement accentuates the leaching process
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Specifically Pharm
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the act of making coffee in a percolator
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Downward flow or infiltration of water through the pores or spaces of rock or soil
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Filtration or passing of water through the soil and rocks to become underground water
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The downward movement of water in soil; the infiltration of water into the ground
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The act or process of percolating, or filtering; filtration; straining
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The vertical movement of water within the soil
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passage of liquid through a porous body, as movement of water through soil
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(1) The movement, under hydrostatic pressure, of water through the interstices of a rock or soil Also, the movement of water within a porous medium such as soil without a definite channel (2) The entrance of a portion of the streamflow into the channel materials to contribute to ground water replenishment (3) Slow seepage of water through a filter
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Movement of water from the surface or surface groundwater into the groundwater table
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1 The movement of water downward and radially through suburface soil layers, usually continuing downward to ground water Can also involve upward movement of water 2 Slow seepage of water through a filter
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1) The movement of water downward and in a circular direction through subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to ground water Can also involve upward movement of water 2) Slow seepage of water through a filter
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water movement through the soil
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the filtration of a liquid for extraction or purification the act of making coffee in a percolator the slow passage of a liquid through a filtering medium; "the percolation of rainwater through the soil"; "the infiltration of seawater through the lava
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the slow passage of a liquid through a filtering medium; "the percolation of rainwater through the soil"; "the infiltration of seawater through the lava"
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the actual movement of subsurface water either horizontally or vertically; lateral movement of water in the soil subsurface toward nearby surface drainage feature (e g stream) or vertical movement through the soil to groundwater zone
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  The downward movement of water through the soil
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The movement of water downward and radially through the subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to the groundwater
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The downward movement of water through soil
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The movement of water through the subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to a restrictive area and/or to the groundwater and water table reserves
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the filtration of a liquid for extraction or purification
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the process of exhausting the virtues of a powdered drug by letting a liquid filter slowly through it
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The movement of water downward and radially through subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to groundwater Can also involve upward movement of water
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the movement of water through the subsurface soil layers, usually continuing downward to the groundwater or water table reservoirs
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(1) The movement of water through the openings in rock or soil (2) the entrance of a portion of the streamflow into the channel materials to contribute to ground water replenishment
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{i} penetration, permeation; bubbling; filtration
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