sizib kirmoq, sizib o'tmoq, taralmoq, tarqalmoq, yoyilmoq, suzmoq, suzg'ichdan o'tkazmoq
Noun(1) the product of percolation
Verb(1) permeate or penetrate gradually(2) spread gradually(3) prepare in a percolator(4) cause (a solvent(5) pass through(6) gain or regain energy
(1) The sand in the Marietta preserve overlies an ancient soil surface so hard and dense that water cannot percolate through it.(2) Water will percolate down through the soil/trash mixture and collect in the bottom.(3) You also have a natural filtration process as the water will percolate down through the ground and the ground will filter the water naturally.(4) he put some coffee on to percolate(5) They did badly, in part, because much of this growth did not percolate into the rural areas.(6) These deposits represent enrichments of ore minerals caused by surface waters that percolate downwards through an existing sulphide-rich orebody.(7) Water would naturally percolate through the rocks, and this would speed up the cooling of the pluton.(8) Isn't it true there is no freedom of the press, without which good ideas do not percolate well?(9) Inevitably ideas percolate from one religion to another.(10) So those could be living down the cracks underneath the surface but the gasses will still percolate upwards.(11) Thanks to new arts complexes sprouting like mushrooms across the map, the global dance village percolates with activity.(12) As an added precaution, I also constructed plastic-lined and rock-filled drainage ditches on the surface to prevent water from percolating down from the surface.(13) Even today I can still recall the aroma of bacon cooking and coffee percolating on the woodstove while my mother started breakfast.(14) A mango sorbet served with a very fruity Sauternes closes the dinner, and we retire to the lounge in various degrees of inebriation, drinking beautifully roasted and percolated coffee, while the chefs pack up in the kitchen.(15) The waiter duly brought the coffee which had obviously been percolating away for about six months, freshly-brewed being a relative term.(16) The vast corpus of religious literature in regional languages which has not been adequately studied can provide interesting insights into how religious ideas percolated into different strata of society.
1. filter ::
2. spread ::
3. brew ::
4. perk up ::
5. leach ::
Different Formspercolate, percolated, percolates, percolating
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