(soak) submerge in a liquid; "I soaked in the hot tub for an hour"
(soak) washing something by allowing it to soak
(soak) overcharge: rip off; ask an unreasonable price
(soak) drench: cover with liquid; pour liquid onto; "souse water on his hot face"
(soak) pawn: leave as a guarantee in return for money; "pawn your grandfather's gold watch"
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(soak) An immersion in water etc; A drunkard; To be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it; To immerse in liquid to the point of saturation or thorough permeation; To penetrate or permeate by saturation; To allow (especially a liquid) to be absorbed; to take in, receive. (usually + up)
(soaking) Immersed in water; a drenching or dunking; Pertaining to things that soak, or become extremely wet
(Soak) To hold the kiln at one temperature for a period of time. (1)
(Soak) Holding a piece of glass in the annealing oven at a particular temperature to assure proper annealing.
(SOAK) To drink. An old soaker; a drunkard, one that moistens his clay to make it stick together.
(SOAK) Saturated locomotive
(SOAK) someone who drinks alcoholic beverages to the point of being permeated or saturated, as an imbiber, inebriant, intoxicant; see SPLICE THE MAINBRACE, HOIST, HATCH, HOOCH, DEAD-SOLDIER, BYOB, TOAST, COLORS, JUNK, CAN SA, SMACK, STICK, STONED, TAR.
(Soak) A calculated combat value which represents the amount of any attack that can be absorbed (by armour etc.) before real damage is done.
(Soak) A lie-in. During the 1950s thanks were given to St Soak at the termination of a boy's lie-in. This practice of thanks has now become extinct but the term 'soak' is still in use, albeit almost solely in Norris House.
(Soak) Holding the temperature for a given time during the firing to enable the kiln temperature to even out and to allow glazes to become smooth while molten without over firing.
(Soak) Maintenance of a temperature set point for a chosen time.
(Soak) Once the outer surface of a part has reached the target process temperature the part is held at this temperature until this heat has penetrated into the desired depth. The time that the part is held at the setpoint temperature is said to be the soak time.
(Soak) The practice of soaking the denim, usually in a bathtub or bucket, in order to induce shrinkage. Generally, the hotter the temperature of the water, the more shrinkage will occur.
(Soak) To Maintain the process variable at a desired value.
(Soak) To maintain ceramic ware at a pre-arranged temperature in the kiln for a particular time.
(Soak) To pawn (Knockover, 92)
(Soak) To receive energy, usually involuntarily, from the general area and hold it in oneself.
(soak) 1. to put something in water for a long time; 2. to cheat someone.