English definition of “soak”
/səʊk/ verb [I, T]
PUT IN LIQUID › If you soak something, or let it soak, you put it in a liquid for a period of time: He left the pan in the sink to soak. Soak the bread in the milk.
MAKE WET › If liquid soaks somewhere or soaks something, it makes something very wet: The rain soaked my clothes. The ink soaked through the paper onto the table.