Synonym: filter, gain vigor, leach, perk, perk up, permeate, pick up, sink in. Similar words: chocolate, isolate, violate, isolated, under control, violation, isolation, late. Meaning: ['pɜrkəleɪt /'pɜː-] n. the product of percolation. v. 1. permeate or penetrate gradually 2. spread gradually 3. prepare in a percolator 4. cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent 5. pass through 6. gain or regain energy.
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1, New fashions took a long time to percolate down.
2, The message has begun to percolate through the organization.
3, Nitrates may take 20 years to percolate through to the underground streams.
4, These ideas were slow to percolate.
5, The news has begun to percolate through the staff.
6, Rain water will only percolate through slowly.
7, I waited for the coffee to percolate down for a few minutes.
8, Changes percolate through gradually.
9, I'll percolate some coffee.
10, Rainwater will percolate into the valley's underground water basin.
11, Early hints of this fondness for the dramatic percolate through his journal.
12, Democratic principles would, of course,(http://sentencedict.com/percolate.html) take time to percolate through a population accustomed to autocracy.
13, I'll percolate some coffee for you.
14, Let the coffee percolate for seven minutes.
15, I'll percolate some coffee, ie make it by percolating.
16, The rain will percolate through the soil.
17, Introduce several methods of digital percolate ave, nonlinear compensate and error correction, as well as zero error and automatic trace processing method in this article.
18, Unfortunately, his words did not seem to percolate through their bureaucracy with customary efficiency.
19, Credit becomes readily available, asset prices percolate , and many categories of spending are buoyed.
20, Our emotions swim in a soup of hormones and peptides that percolate through our whole body.
21, Whitewater, which for a season has dropped out of the headlines, continues to percolate beneath the surface.
22, The rocks or stones at the pool boundary retain the bog-garden soil yet allow water to percolate through from the pool.
23, As she grew up, a few of these technological marvels began to slowly percolate into the Dales.
24, The liposoluble pesticides fenvalerate could be adsorbed heavily by soil, so it was difficult to percolate and leach, and difficult to under go water draining and pollute water environment.
25, Methods HPLC was employed in monitoring the change of andrographolide and dehydroandrographolide in the process of percolate extraction, and investigating the effect of temperature on internal ester.
26, The delicate white tufa towers formed where freshwater springs percolate up from the bottom of the lake.
27, To investigate a reasonable producting technique for extracting the liposoluble components of Salvia miltiorrhiza, we made an orthogonal test on percolate technique of tanshinones.
More similar words: chocolate, isolate, violate, isolated, under control, violation, isolation, late, later, plate, lately, relate, related, regulate, translate, insulated, speculate, stimulate, calculate, articulate, manipulate, contemplate, sooner or later, solar, fierce, per cent, scholar, perceive, merchant, perceived.