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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} sızmak
(sıvı) sızmak

Soğuk onun kemiklerine sızdı. - The cold seeped into her bones.

Pencereleriniz hava geçirmez değilse nem içeri sızar. - If your windows are not airtight, moisture will seep in.

sızıntı yeri, kaynak
{f} süzülmek
sızıntı yapmak
seep into
İçine işlemek, içine sızmak
seep of
anlaşılmak ve
seep out
[sıvı] Sızmak, sızıntı yapmak, dışarıya sızmak

A lot of oil has seeped out of the car onto the driveway. There is oil seeping out. There must be a leak.

seep out
dışarı sızmak

light seep outs and illuminates.

seep up
seep away
giderek kaybolmak
seep away
gitgide azalmak
seep in
{f} sız
{i} sızan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to ooze, or pass slowly through pores or other small openings
moisture that seeps out; a seepage
a small spring, pool, or other place where liquid from the ground (e.g. water, petroleum or tar) has oozed to the surface
{f} ooze, leak gradually, trickle; permeate, penetrate
If something such as secret information or an unpleasant emotion seeps somewhere, it comes out gradually. the tide of racism which is sweeping Europe seeps into Britain
an area of groundwater flow to the land surface or surface water
a natural community having an underground discharge of groundwater usually at the base of a forested hillside
A small spring, pool or other place where water oozes from the ground
pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings
a place where water, petroleum or tar seeps out of the ground
To run or soak through fine pores and interstices; to ooze
If something such as liquid or gas seeps somewhere, it flows slowly and in small amounts into a place where it should not go. Radioactive water had seeped into underground reservoirs The gas is seeping out of the rocks Seep is also a noun. an oil seep
A wetland that forms in areas where groundwater discharges to the land surface, often at the base of steep slopes, but where water volume is too small to create a stream or creek These wetlands have a perpetually saturated soil but may have little or no standing water
{i} liquid that has leaked, seepage; place where liquid has seeped through to the surface of the ground
A spot where ground water oozes slowly to the surface, usually forming a pool Seeps were located downstream of Horsetooth Dam near Bellvue
a seepage
seep out
[for a fluid] to trickle or leak out of something

A lot of oil has seeped out of the car onto the driveway. There is oil seeping out. There must be a leak.

past of seep
leaking out slowly
present participle of seep
third-person singular of seep
plural of , seep

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    /ˈsēp/ /ˈsiːp/

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    [ 'sEp ] (intransitive verb.) 1790. Variant of sipe, from Middle English sipen, from Old English sipian, from Proto-Germanic *sīpōnan, frequentative of *sīpanan (compare Middle Dutch sīpen 'to drip', archaic German seifen 'to trickle blood'), from Proto-Indo-European *seib, *sib- 'to pour out, drip, trickle' (compare Latin sēbum 'suet, tallow', Ancient Greek εἴβω (eíbō) 'to drop, drip').


    seeps, seeping, seeped

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    seep into, seep out

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