YellowBridge Chinese Language & Culture
Chinese Language Center

Learn Mandarin Mandarin-English Dictionary & Thesaurus

New Search

soak
soʊk
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Washing something by allowing it to soak.
  2. The process of becoming softened and saturated as a consequence of being immersed in water (or other liquid).
(动) As a verb
  1. Cover with liquid; pour liquid onto.
  2. Heat a metal prior to working it.
  3. Fill, soak, or imbue totally.
  4. Become drunk or drink excessively.
  5. Make drunk (with alcoholic drinks).
  6. Beat severely.
  7. Submerge in a liquid.
  8. Rip off; ask an unreasonable price.
  9. Leave as a guarantee in return for money.
Hyphenationsoak
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
jìnto immerse; to soak; to steep; gradually
湿透shītòudrenched; wet through
大雨dàyǔheavy rain
吸入xīrùto breathe in; to suck in; to inhale
吸收xīshōuto absorb; to assimilate; to ingest; to recruit
浸出jìnchūexosmosis
浸泡jìnpàoto steep; to soak; to immerse
渗透shèntòuto permeate; to infiltrate; to pervade; osmosis
yīnto soak; to blotch; to splotch
洇湿yīnshīto soak
浸入jìnrùto soak; to dip
浸沉jìnchénto soak; to steep
浸渍jìnzìto soak; to macerate
浸湿jìnshīto soak; to saturate
浸透jìntòuto soak; to saturate; to drench; to permeate
Page of 2
Wildcard: Use * as placeholder for 0 or more
Chinese characters or pinyin syllables