suomi-englanti sanakirja

soak englannista suomeksi

  1. ryypätä

  2. pantata

  3. kumauttaa

  4. liotus, liko

  5. kastella

  6. kuumentaa

  7. juopotella

  8. huiputtaa

  9. liottaa, imeyttää

  10. liota

  1. Verbi

  2. liota

  3. liottaa

  4. tihkua

  5. imeä, imeyttää

  6. Substantiivi

  7. liotus, liko

soak englanniksi

  1. To be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:KJV)

  4. To immerse in liquid to the point of saturation or thorough permeation.

  5. To penetrate or permeate by saturation.

  6. (RQ:Scott Guy Mannering)soaked its way obscurely through wreaths of snow.

  7. To allow (especially a liquid) to be absorbed; to take in, receive. (''usually + up'')

  8. (quote-book)

  9. To take money from.

  10. 1928, (w), ''Boston''

  11. It's a blackmail ring, and the district attorneys get a share of the loot. (..) Well, they got him in the same kind of jam, and soaked him to the tune of three hundred and eighty-six thousand.
  12. To drink intemperately or gluttonously.

  13. To heat (a metal) before shaping it.

  14. To hold a kiln at a particular temperature for a given period of time.

  15. To absorb; to drain.

  16. *(RQ:Wotton Elements of Architecture)

  17. to engage in sexual activity with penetration but without hip thrusting (usually said of Mormons)

  18. To hit or strike.

  19. An immersion in water etc.

  20. *(quote-journal)|title=The end of farming?|passage=wildlife tourism has turned Knepp into a successful business that employs more people than it did when it was a farm. Springtime overnighters snuggling down in a luxury treehouse after a soak in the open-air, wood-fired Swedish Hikki bathtub may hear nightingales serenading their consorts

  21. ''After the strenuous climb, I had a nice long soak in a bath.''

  22. A drunkard.

  23. A carouse; a drinking session.

  24. A low-lying depression that fills with water after rain.

  25. 1985, (w), ''Illywhacker'', Faber & Faber 2003, p. 38:

  26. I set off early to walk along the Melbourne Road where, one of the punters had told me, there was a soak with plenty of frogs in it.
  27. *1996, (w), ''(w)'', in Heiss & Minter, ''Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature'', Allen & Unwin 2008, p. 170:

  28. Molly and Daisy finished their breakfast and decided to take all their dirty clothes and wash them in the soak further down the river.
  29. (l).

  30. (syn)