soaker

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One who soaks
A person suffering from the disease of alcoholism
a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
One who, or that which, soaks
{i} (Slang) heavy rain; drunkard
A hard drinker
a heavy rain
soak
To allow (especially a liquid) to be absorbed; to take in, receive. (usually + up)

I soaked up all the knowledge I could at university.

soak
To penetrate or permeate by saturation

The water soaked into my shoes and gave me wet feet.

soak
{v} to steep, lie steeped, wet, drench, drain
soak
To drench; to wet thoroughly
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If a liquid soaks something or if you soak something with a liquid, the liquid makes the thing very wet. The water had soaked his jacket and shirt Soak the soil around each bush with at least 4 gallons of water
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beat severely; slang
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fill, soak, or imbue totally; "saturate the bandage with disinfectant"
soak
To draw in by the pores, or through small passages; as, a sponge soaks up water; the skin soaks in moisture
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Fig
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To hold a kiln at one temperature for an extended period of time
soak
cover with liquid; pour liquid onto; "souse water on his hot face"
soak
heat a metal prior to working it
soak
To be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it
soak
Holding glass at a particular temperature for a given period of time
soak
To make (its way) by entering pores or interstices; often with through
soak
washing something by allowing it to soak the process of becoming softened and saturated as a consequence of being immersed in water (or other liquid); "a good soak put life back in the wagon"
soak
make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
soak
the process of becoming softened and saturated as a consequence of being immersed in water (or other liquid); "a good soak put life back in the wagon"
soak
An immersion in water etc
soak
{i} act of soaking, act of saturating with water; state of being permeated with water; liquid in which something is soaked; heavy drinker, drunkard (Slang)
soak
A drunkard
soak
To lie steeping in water or other liquid; to become sturated; as, let the cloth lie and soak
soak
If a liquid soaks through something, it passes through it. There was so much blood it had soaked through my boxer shorts
soak
A calculated combat value which represents the amount of any attack that can be absorbed (by armour etc ) before real damage is done
soak
submerge in a liquid; "I soaked in the hot tub for an hour"
soak
If you soak something or leave it to soak, you put it into a liquid and leave it there. Soak the beans for 2 hours He turned off the water and left the dishes to soak
soak
leave as a guarantee in return for money; "pawn your grandfather's gold watch"
soak
Holding a piece of glass in the annealing oven at a particular temperature to assure proper annealing
soak
To cause or suffer to lie in a fluid till the substance has imbibed what it can contain; to macerate in water or other liquid; to steep, as for the purpose of softening or freshening; as, to soak cloth; to soak bread; to soak salt meat, salt fish, or the like
soak
{f} immerse, dip; drench, saturate; moisten; absorb; permeate, penetrate; overcharge, extort, charge exorbitantly (Slang)
soak
washing something by allowing it to soak
soak
become drunk or drink excessively
soak
heat a metal prior to working it fill, soak, or imbue totally; "saturate the bandage with disinfectant"
soak
To immerse in liquid to the point of saturation or thorough permeation
soak
To enter (into something) by pores or interstices; as, water soaks into the earth or other porous matter
soak
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
soak
If someone soaks, they spend a long time in a hot bath, because they enjoy it. What I need is to soak in a hot tub. Soak is also a noun. I was having a long soak in the bath. see also soaked, soaking
soak
To absorb; to drain
soak
beat severely; slang submerge in a liquid; "I soaked in the hot tub for an hour
soak
To drink intemperately or gluttonously
soaker

    Расстановка переносов

    soa·ker

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ 'sOk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English soken, from Old English socian; akin to Old English sucan to suck.

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