Part of speech:
To be immersed in liquid:
A substance used for washing or cleaning, consisting of a mixture of sodium or potassium salts of naturally occurring fatty acids. Like detergents, soaps work by surrounding particles of grease or dirt with their molecules, thereby allowing them to be carried away. Unlike detergents, soaps react with the minerals common in most water, forming an insoluble film that remains on fabrics. For this reason soap is not as efficient a cleaner as most detergents. The film is also what causes rings to form in bathtubs.
To clean or wash by rubbing or brushing hard
To go under or as if under water.
To dip (bread, cake, etc.) into coffee or other liquid before eating it
To expose oneself to pleasant warmth.
To drench; pour liquid over
To treat (the skin, for example) by fomentation.
To irrigate land or crops.
To dip or pour with or as with a ladle
To pass into or through and affect every part of; penetrate and spread through
To be in every part of; to spread through
To remove soap, dirt, or impurities from in this way, esp. as a final part of washing
To fall or pour down in a shower.
To fill thoroughly or permeate, as with a quality or emotion:
To be present on all or nearly all sides of; encircle
To pack or store in a tub.
To make damp or moist; to make slightly wet.
To make or become moist.
To hold in or as in the lap; envelop
(Golf) To come just to the edge of (the cup)
A city of southwest England southeast of Bristol. It is famous for its Georgian architecture and its hot mineral springs, tapped by the Romans in the first century ad .
To swim in the nude.
To clean (sheep, hog, dogs, etc.) by bathing in disinfectant
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