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drench

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English

Etymology

Old English drenċ; drenċan.

Noun

Singular
drench

Plural
-

drench (-)
  1. A draught administered to an animal.

Pronunciation

Verb

Infinitive
to drench

Third person singular
drenches

Simple past
drenched

Past participle
-

Present participle
drenching

to drench (third-person singular simple present drenches, present participle drenching, simple past and past participle drenched)
  1. To soak, to make very wet.

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