|tihkua englanniksi||drip, distil, soak, dribble, ooze, insinuate, seep|
: ux|en|Listening to the tap next door drip all night drove me mad!
: ux|en|Does the sink drip, or have I just spilt water over the floor?
: ux|en|After putting oil on the side of the salad, the chef should drip a little vinegar in the oil.
: ux|en|My broken pen dripped ink onto the table.
*: Which from the thatch drips fast a shower of rain.
: ux|en|The Old Hall simply drips with masterpieces of the Flemish painters.
: ux|en|The duchess was dripping with jewels.
: ux|en|The weather isnt so bad. I mean, its dripping, but youre not going to get so wet.
: I put a drip of vanilla extract in my hot cocoa.
: Hes not doing so well. The doctors have put him on a drip.
: He couldnt even summon up the courage to ask her name... what a drip!
*: the light drip of the suspended oar
*: In fact, it is used in a variety of medicines; we boil, burn, and distil it, to produce salts, corrodents, sublimates, ...
: Firs distil resin.
*: hell pretend not to know about mirrors or water or even seeing, but will ask you to give only what can be distilled from what you say.
: ux|en|Im going to soak in the bath for a couple of hours.
*: Their land shall be soaked with blood.
: ux|en|Soak the beans overnight before cooking.
: ux|en|The water soaked into my shoes and gave me wet feet.
*: The rivulet beneath soaked its way obscurely through wreaths of snow.
: ux|en|A sponge soaks up water; the skin soaks in moisture.
: ux|en|I soaked up all the knowledge I could at university.
: ux|en|We should soak the kiln at cone 9 for half an hour.
: rfquotek|Sir H. Wotton
*: 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.
*: Let the cook ... dribble it all the way upstairs.
*: Pale slime oozed through all the surfaces; some of it dripped from the ceiling and burned Dennis as badly as the blazing sparks had done a moment before.
*: He was hard to understand because he spoke softly, and his Vermont accent was as thick as maple syrup oozing down a pile of pancakes.
*: Her heart constricted when she saw thick blood oozing from a wide gash in his forehead.
*: "Good servants are so hard to find," Chesna said, oozing arrogance.
*: There are no two ways about it: a Berardi dress oozes sex appeal from its very seams.
*: The water easily insinuates itself into, and placidly distends, the vessels of vegetables.
*: Nanny didnt so much enter places as insinuate herself; she had unconsciously taken a natural talent for liking people and developed it into an occult science.
*: All the art of rhetoric, besides order and clearness, are for nothing else but to insinuate wrong ideas, move the passions, and thereby mislead the judgment.
*: Horace laughs to shame all follies and insinuates virtue, rather by familiar examples than by the severity of precepts.
*: He insinuated himself into the very good grace of the Duke of Buckingham.
: She insinuated that her friends had betrayed her.