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1soak/ˈsoʊk/verb
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1soak
/ˈsoʊk/
verb
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Learner's definition of SOAK  
: to put (something) in a liquid for a period of time
[+ object]
[no object]
   b  [no object]  : to take a long bath
   c  [+ object]  : to make (someone or something) very wet with water or another liquid
[no object]of a liquid  : to enter or pass through or into something
[+ object]informal  : to make (someone) pay a lot of money for something

soak in

[phrasal verb]of a liquid
: to enter something by a gradual process — often used figuratively

soak up

[phrasal verb]
soak up (something) or soak (something) up 
: to take in (liquid) : absorb
: to enjoy feeling or experiencing (something pleasant) in usually a slow or relaxed way
: to learn and remember (something) quickly
: to use a large amount of (money, supplies, etc.)
2soak/ˈsoʊk/noun
2soak
/ˈsoʊk/
noun
Learner's definition of SOAK  
[singular]
: an act of letting something stay in a liquid for a long time in order to soften or clean it
informal  : a long bath
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