Saturate

  • 1Saturate — Saturate …

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  • 2saturate — sat‧u‧rate [ˈsætʆəreɪt] verb saturate the market MARKETING COMMERCE to offer so much of a product for sale that there is more than people want to buy: • A flood of cheap Italian tomatoes has almost saturated the market. • Smaller banks are… …

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  • 3Saturate — Sat u*rate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Saturated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Saturating}.] [L. saturatus, p. p. of saturare to saturate, fr. satur full of food, sated. See {Satire}.] 1. To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; to fill… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4Saturate — can mean:* Saturate (album), an album by Breaking Benjamin * Saturation (chemistry), in chemistry, the state of a solution in which no more solute can be dissolved * Saturate (graph theory), in mathematics * Saturate, a song by The Chemical… …

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  • 5Saturate — Album par Gojira Sortie 1999 Enregistrement Studio UHT Durée 17:34 Genre Death metal Producteur Gojira …

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  • 6Saturate — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Saturate es el primer album de estudio de Breaking Benjamin. Fue lanzado en agosto del 2002 atraves de Hollywood Records y contiene los sencillos Polyamorous , Skin y Medicate . Lista de canciones 1. Wish I May –… …

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  • 7Saturate — Sat u*rate, p. a. [L. saturatus, p. p.] Filled to repletion; saturated; soaked. [1913 Webster] Dries his feathers saturate with dew. Cowper. [1913 Webster] The sand beneath our feet is saturate With blood of martyrs. Longfellow. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8saturate — [sach′ə rāt΄; ] for adj., usually [, sach′ərit] vt. saturated, saturating [< L saturatus, pp. of saturare, to fill up, saturate < satur, full; akin to satis: see SAD] 1. to cause to be thoroughly soaked, imbued, or penetrated 2. to cause… …

    English World dictionary

  • 9saturate — index imbue, inject, inundate, overload, penetrate, permeate, pervade, replenish Burton s Legal Thesaurus …

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  • 10săturate — săturáte s. n. pl. Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic …

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  • 11saturate — (v.) 1530s, to satisfy, satiate, from L. saturatus, pp. of saturare to fill full, sate, drench, from satur sated, full, from PIE root *sa to satisfy (see SAD (Cf. sad)). Meaning soak thoroughly first recorded 1756. Marketing sense first recorded… …

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  • 12saturate — 1 *soak, steep, impregnate, drench, sop, waterlog Analogous words: *dip, immerse, submerge: *absorb, imbibe, assimilate 2 impregnate, impenetrate, interpenetrate, penetrate, *permeate, pervade Analogous words: * …

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  • 13saturate — [v] drench, wet through bathe, douche, douse, imbue, immerse, impregnate, infuse, overfill, penetrate, percolate, permeate, pervade, sate, satiate, soak, sop, souse, steep, suffuse, surfeit, transfuse, wash, waterlog; concept 256 Ant. dehydrate,… …

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  • 14saturate — ► VERB 1) soak thoroughly with water or other liquid. 2) cause (a substance) to combine with, dissolve, or hold the greatest possible quantity of another substance. 3) magnetize or charge (a substance or device) fully. 4) supply (a market) beyond …

    English terms dictionary

  • 15saturate — UK [ˈsætʃəreɪt] / US [ˈsætʃəˌreɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms saturate : present tense I/you/we/they saturate he/she/it saturates present participle saturating past tense saturated past participle saturated 1) to make something completely wet… …

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  • 16saturate — sat|u|rate1 [ˈsætʃəreıt] v [T] [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of saturare, from satur having had enough ] 1.) formal to make something very wet = ↑soak ≠ ↑dry ▪ Water poured through the hole, saturating the carpet. 2.) to… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17saturate — v. (D; tr.) to saturate with * * * [ sætʃəreɪt] (D; tr.) to saturate with …

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  • 18saturate — sat|u|rate [ sætʃə,reıt ] verb transitive 1. ) to make something completely wet: Heavy rains saturated fields and pastures. 2. ) to fill something completely with a large number of things or a large amount of something: The shops were saturated… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19saturate — [16] Latin satur meant ‘full’, and in particular ‘full of food, full up’ (it was a relative of satis ‘enough’, source of English satiate and satisfy). From it was formed a verb saturāre ‘fill, glut, surfeit’, whose past participle has given… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 20saturate — [16] Latin satur meant ‘full’, and in particular ‘full of food, full up’ (it was a relative of satis ‘enough’, source of English satiate and satisfy). From it was formed a verb saturāre ‘fill, glut, surfeit’, whose past participle has given… …

    Word origins