Definition of 'soak'
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Stir in the prunes and their soaking liquid. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was then soaked in a solution of his stem cells. The Sun (2015)Furthermore it makes a fine skin tonic and bath soak. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)You can soak up the vista without having to leave the comfort of the duvet. The Sun (2009)One of his feet is already soaking wet. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But my one escape is having a long hot soak with bath oils and candles before bed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can soak up the rays and watch the locals play volleyball. The Sun (2013)One end it would be steaming hot and the other would be soaking wet. The Sun (2012)Scoop the porcini out of the soaking liquid and chop. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Saddle sores can be soaked away at a selection of charming overnight stops. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His nappy was soiled and his clothes soaking wet. The Sun (2008)Push the slices into the liquid to soak them. The Sun (2016)The energy and sweat are so amazing that he can soak through five shirts in a single night. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Electricity on a soaking wet body? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Put on a tight fitting pair of swimming goggles and soak a long piece of cloth in cider vinegar or lemon juice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And most importantly, have a soak in a hot bath. The Sun (2015)Alternatively, you could always light a few candles and soak in a hot bath. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Looking forward to a long, hot soak when you get home? Times, Sunday Times (2016)DO you like a quick dip or a long soak? The Sun (2015)She was very hot - soaked. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Deep heat for muscular pain is not deep at all, yet hot and cold soaks after exercise are equally effective for reducing muscle pain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Soak in the bath, immersed up to the neck, for fifteen to twenty minutes. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)
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British English: soak /səʊk/ VERB
When you soak something, or when you leave it to soak, you put it into a liquid and leave it there.
Soak the noodles in warm water for 10 minutes.
- American English: soak
- Arabic: يَنْقِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ensopar
- Chinese: 浸透
- Croatian: namočiti
- Czech: namočit
- Danish: lægge i blød
- Dutch: weken
- European Spanish: poner en remojo
- Finnish: liottaa
- French: tremper
- German: einweichen
- Greek: μουλιάζω
- Italian: inzuppare
- Japanese: 浸す
- Korean: 잠기다
- Norwegian: gjennombløte
- Polish: zmoczyć
- European Portuguese: ensopar
- Romanian: a înmuia
- Russian: замачивать(ся)
- Spanish: poner en remojo
- Swedish: blöta
- Thai: แช่
- Turkish: ıslatmak
- Ukrainian: мочити
- Vietnamese: ngâm
Definition of soak from the Collins English Dictionary
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