|Origin:||, past participle of saturare, from satur 'having had enough'|
to make something very wet [= soak; ≠ dry]:
Water poured through the hole, saturating the carpet.
to put a lot of something into a particular place, especially so that you could not add any more
saturate something with something
Our culture is saturated with television and advertising.
to offer so much of a product for sale that there is more than people want to buy
to mix as much of a solid into a chemical mixture as possible