English version

seep

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseepseep /siːp/ verb [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]  1 ENTERto flow slowly through small holes or spacesseep into/through/down etc Blood seeped down his leg.2 to move or spread graduallyseep away/into/through etc His tension was seeping away.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
seepThey argue that unseemly haggling with Congress will allow the momentum of the referendum victory to seep away.Work has seemingly seeped into everything, including dinner parties.They melt and seep into other dreams, gaining strength, getting wider and deeper as they flow downhill, gathering debris.The car was sluggish, as if his thoughts had seeped into the car through his hands.Many of these molecules seeped into the initially crystal-clear whisky from the oak casks in which the liquor was aged.That the turmoil was seeping into the villages disturbed Gandhi especially and he resolved to go to Noakhall.She held her pyjama bottoms up with one hand, as wakefulness seeped slowly into her head like a sunrise.The techniques of the coffee table brigade were seeping through into academia, which was no bad thing.Inside is a plastic platform which is perforated to allow liquids to seep through to the tank in the bottom.seep into/through/down etcJuggling work and household chores, I felt ennui seeping into all phases of my life.Slowly the offer of bail was seeping into his understanding.The pit should be covered with paving to avoid soil seeping into it.The car was sluggish, as if his thoughts had seeped into the car through his hands.Blood seeped through the cracks between his teeth.Many of these molecules seeped into the initially crystal-clear whisky from the oak casks in which the liquor was aged.Rain water had slowly seeped through the top section and dropped on to the inner.Inside is a plastic platform which is perforated to allow liquids to seep through to the tank in the bottom.seep away/into/through etcBut hope seeped through and stained you anyway.He felt blood seeping into his shoe.The techniques of the coffee table brigade were seeping through into academia, which was no bad thing.Here, the hours seep away like draining rain.The car was sluggish, as if his thoughts had seeped into the car through his hands.Rain water had slowly seeped through the top section and dropped on to the inner.That the turmoil was seeping into the villages disturbed Gandhi especially and he resolved to go to Noakhall.The rain poured down, soaking their hair, seeping into their collars, dripping off their chins as they kissed.
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Verb table
seep
Simple Form
Present
itseeps
seep
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Past
it, theyseeped
Present perfect
theyhave seeped
ithas seeped
Past perfect
it, theyhad seeped
Future
it, theywill seep
Future perfect
it, theywill have seeped
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare seeping
itis seeping
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Past
theywere seeping
itwas seeping
Present perfect
theyhave been seeping
ithas been seeping
Past perfect
it, theyhad been seeping
Future
it, theywill be seeping
Future perfect
it, theywill have been seeping
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