- To cause (fluid, like) to feed a porous substance or tiny holes; filter.
- To pass or ooze through: Water percolated the sand.
- to produce (coffee) in a percolator.
- To cause to pass through fine interstices, as a liquor; to filter; to strain.
- To deplete or seep through a porous material or filter.
- Informal To become vibrant or active.
- casual To spread slowly or gradually.
- to feed fine interstices; to filter.
- A liquid which has been percolated.
- A liquid that's been percolated.
- what features percolated or passed through a filter or strainer; a filtered liquid.
- the merchandise of percolation
- To pass a liquid through a porous material; to filter.
- To strain or seep through a porous material.
- to help make (coffee) in a percolator.
- (figuratively) To spread slowly or gradually; to slowly be detected or realised.
- prepare in a percolator
- move across
- permeate or penetrate slowly
- gain or regain energy
- spread slowly
- cause (a solvent) to feed a permeable substance being extract a soluble constituent
- To stress through; cause to feed small interstices, as a liquor; filter: actually and figuratively.
- To pass through little interstices, as a liquor; filter: as, liquid percolates through a porous rock.
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