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steep

verb
 
 
/stiːp/
be steeped in sth to have a lot of something around or to be strongly influenced by something: The town is steeped in history.Enclosing, surrounding and immersing
Translations of “steep”
in Vietnamese ngâm vào nước…
in Spanish remojar…
in Thai จุ่ม, ทำให้เปียก…
in Malaysian basah kuyup…
in French tremper (dans)…
in German einweichen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指為軟化、清潔或入味兒)浸,浸泡…
in Indonesian basah kuyup…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指为软化、清洁或入味儿)浸,浸泡…
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