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drench

verb [T often passive] uk   /drentʃ/ us  
to make someone or something extremely wet: A sudden thunderstorm had drenched us to the skin. The athletes were drenched in/with sweat.
Translations of “drench”
in Spanish empapar…
in French tremper…
in German durchnässen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使濕透, 淋透, 澆透…
in Russian промокнуть до костей/до нитки…
in Turkish sırılsıklam etmek, bütünüyle ıslatmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使湿透, 淋透, 浇透…
in Polish przemoczyć…
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