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Word: saturate

Definition: soak thoroughly; imbue; impregnate; charge; fill to capacity


Sentences Containing 'saturate'

At this point the SPAD begins to saturate.
Normal silicon cells quickly saturate, while GaAs continue to improve at concentrations as high as 1500 times.
Thirty of these bombs, containing eighty pounds of CS powder, could be carried by a CH-47, and were used to "saturate base camps, way stations, or infiltration routes to deny their use."
We look for her to entertain us with excellent videos, saturate the radio with catchy tunes, and move our bodies in the club."
While at the waterhole he immerses himself in the water to saturate the plumage which absorbs a quantity that is sufficient for the chicks to last them until the following day.

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