penetrate

penetrate
['penɪtreɪt]
гл.
1) (penetrate through / into)
входить, проникать внутрь; проходить сквозь, пронизывать

The water has penetrating into the bedrooms. — Вода проникла в спальни.

These new ideas are penetrating into the framework of society. — Эти новые идеи проникают в общество.

The knife wound penetrated to the bone. — Ножевая рана была глубокой, до самой кости.

The light couldn't penetrate through the mist. — Свет не проникал сквозь туман.

Syn:
2) разглядеть (в темноте, тумане)

The darkness was so dense that the sight could not penetrate it. — Темнота была такой плотной, что взгляд не мог пробиться сквозь неё.

3) (penetrate with)
а) пропитывать, пронизывать (чем-л.)

All his poems seem to be penetrated with the idea of death and hopelessness. — Кажется, что все его стихи проникнуты идеей смерти и безнадёжности.

б) пронизывать, охватывать

He was penetrated with awe. — Он был охвачен трепетом.

4) постигать, понимать; вникать

to penetrate the secrets of nature — постигать секреты природы

5) проникать, внедряться со шпионскими целями

The US and other Western countries were widely penetrated by KGB agents. — В США и другие западные страны проникло огромное количество агентов КГБ.


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