drench

drench
transitive verb
durchnässen

get completely drenched, get drenched to the skin — nass bis auf die Haut werden

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[dren ]
verb
(to soak completely: They went out in the rain and were drenched to the skin.) durchnässen
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drench
[dren(t)ʃ]
vt
to \drench sb/sth jdn/etw durchnässen
to get \drenched to the skin nass bis auf die Haut werden
to be \drenched in sweat schweißgebadet sein
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[drentS]
vt
1) (= soak) durchnässen

I'm absolutely drenched — ich bin durch und durch nass

to be drenched in sweat —

to be drenched in blood — vor Blut triefen

to get drenched to the skin — bis auf die Haut nass werden

2) (VET) Arznei einflößen (+dat)
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drench [drentʃ]
A v/t
1. durchnässen, (durch)tränken:
drenched in blood blutgetränkt, -triefend;
drenched with rain vom Regen durchnässt;
drenched in tears in Tränen aufgelöst; academic.ru/67695/skin">skin A 1
2. VET einem Tier Arznei einflößen
B s
1. drencher 1
2. VET Arzneitrank m
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transitive verb
durchnässen

get completely drenched, get drenched to the skin — nass bis auf die Haut werden

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n.
Regenguss m.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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