French translation of 'permeate'
1. [damp, water] s’infiltrer dans
2. [ideas] s’infiltrer dans
The fear of bureaucracy permeates their thoughts. La peur de la bureaucratie s’infiltre dans leurs esprits.
Phrasal verbspermeate through
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The smell of the cabin hut and everything inside seemed to permeate my senses all at once.SONS OF HEAVEN (2002)
`What I'm saying is that my Catholicism, though I'm a true believer, doesn't permeate the whole of my life.OUT OF THE ASHES (2002)
This allows the virus to permeate virtually an entire population.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2002)
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British English: permeate VERB
If an idea, feeling, or attitude permeates a system or permeates society, it affects every part of it or is present throughout it.
An obvious change of attitude at the top will permeate through the system.
Translation of permeate from the Collins English to French Dictionary