percolate in Chinese
[ 'pə:kəleit ] Pronunciation:
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past tense: percolated past participle: percolated present participle: percolating
- The rumor percolated through the firm .
- Sunlight percolated through the thick leaves .
- Let the coffee percolate for seven minutes .
- The rain will percolate through the soil .
- Bubbles simply supply a short cut for the faster-moving percolating gas .
- After a rain part of the water seeps into these openings and percolates beneath the land surface .
- At a low flow rate, fluid merely percolates through the void spaces between stationary particles .
- Nitrates produced in excess of the needs of plant life are carried away in water percolating through the soil .
- As his fame grew in intelligence circles, his identity gradually percolated into some of them as well .
- Unfortunately, his words did not seem to percolate through their bureaucracy with customary efficiency .
- the product of percolation
- gain or regain energy; "I picked up after a nap"
Synonyms: perk up, perk, pick up, gain vigor,
- pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"
Synonyms: sink in, permeate, filter,
- cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent
- prepare in a percolator; "percolate coffee"
- spread gradually; "Light percolated into our house in the morning"
- permeate or penetrate gradually; "the fertilizer leached into the ground"