soak in

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1. To make thoroughly wet:
2. To saturate (something) with a liquid:
Chemistry: infuse.
3. To take in (moisture or liquid).Also used with up:
4. Informal. To take in and incorporate, especially mentally.Also used with up:
5. Informal. To take alcoholic liquor, especially excessively or habitually:
Informal: nip.
Slang: booze, lush, tank up.
Idioms: bend the elbow, hit the bottle .
6. Slang. To exploit (another) by charging too much for something:
Idioms: make someone pay through the nose, take someone for a ride , take someone to the cleaners .
phrasal verb
soak in
To come as a realization:
dawn on (or upon), register, sink in.
Slang. A person who is habitually drunk:
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w>soak in

vi (stain, dye etc) → einziehen; to leave something to soak inetw einziehen lassen
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You will want to set your screw speed a bit faster to leave some idle time during the cycle when the unmelted pellets for the next cycle can sit in the hot feed zone of the screw and "soak in" sufficient heat to provide good melting behavior.