Tesauro Inglês
(verbo) 
Definition
to flow or leak out slowly
Blood was still oozing from the wound.
Sinônimos
seep
Radioactive water had seeped into underground reservoirs.
,
well
Blood welled from a gash in his thigh.
,
drop
He felt hot tears dropping onto his fingers.
, , ,
leak
The pool's sides had cracked and the water had leaked out.
,
drain
The water drained away.
, ,
filter
Water filtered through the peat.
,
bleed
The two colours will bleed into each other.
, ,
drip
a cloth that dripped pink drops upon the floor
,
trickle
A tear trickled down his cheek.
,
leach
Minerals leach from the soil much faster on cleared land.
,
dribble
Sweat dribbled down his face.
,
percolate
Water cannot percolate through the clay.
(verbo) 
Definition
(of a substance) to discharge moisture
The cut was oozing a clear liquid.
Sinônimos
,
release
a weapon that releases toxic nerve gas
, , , ,
discharge
The resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
, , ,
give out
, ,
exude
Nearby was a factory which exuded a pungent smell.
,
give off
,
excrete
the orifice through which the body excretes waste matter
,
overflow with
,
pour forth
(verbo) 
Definition
to overflow with (a feeling or quality)
Graham positively oozed confidence.
Sinônimos
exude
She exudes an air of confidence.
,
emit
The stove emitted a cloud of evil-smelling smoke.
,
radiate
She radiates happiness and health.
,
display
She does not have to display her charms.
,
exhibit
He has exhibited signs of anxiety and stress.
,
manifest
He's only convincing when that inner fury manifests itself.
, ,
emanate
He emanated sympathy.
,
overflow with
(substantivo) 
Definition
a slow flowing or leaking
the thick black ooze of oil from the stricken vessel
Sinônimos
seepage
The industry's chemical seepage has caused untold damage.
,
leak
It's thought a gas leak may have caused the blast.
,
leaking
,
discharge
They develop a fever and a watery discharge from the eyes.
,
drip
Drips of water rolled down his uniform.
,
dripping
,
trickle
There was not so much as a trickle of water.
,
oozing
,
dribble
Apply a dribble of shampoo.
,
leakage
,
exudation
(substantivo) 
Definition
a soft thin mud, such as that found at the bottom of a lake, river, or sea
He thrust his hand into the ooze and brought out a large toad.
Sinônimos
mud
Their lorry got stuck in the mud.
, ,
dirt
I started to scrub off the dirt.
,
muck
This congealed muck was interfering with the filter.
,
silt
The lake was almost solid with silt and vegetation.
,
sludge
All dumping of sludge will be banned.
,
mire
the muck and mire of farmyards
,
slime
the muck and slime at the bottom of the pond
,
slob (Irish)
,
gloop (informal)
,
alluvium

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of bleed
The two colours will bleed into each other.
Sinônimos
in the sense of dirt
Definition
any unclean substance, such as mud
I started to scrub off the dirt.
Sinônimos
mud,
crap (slang),
slob (Irish),
crud (slang),
kak (South Africa, vulgar, slang),
grot (slang),
shit (taboo, slang),
in the sense of discharge
Definition
to cause to pour forth
The resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
Sinônimos
pour forth,
give off,
disembogue

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