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steep sth/sb in sth

phrasal verb with steep /stiːp/ verb [I or T]
If something or someone is steeped in something, they are completely surrounded by or involved in it, or they know a lot about it 使沉浸於;使深深浸入;使精通 The college is steeped in history/tradition. 這所學院有著濃厚的歷史/傳統氣息。 These ancient scholars were steeped in poetry and painting, as well as maths and astronomy. 這些古代學者精通詩歌和繪畫,同時對數學和天文學也深有研究。 Enclosing, surrounding and immersingKnowing and learning
Translations of “steep sth/sb in sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 使沉浸于, 使深深浸入, 使精通…
(Definition of steep sth/sb in sth from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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