rising or falling quickly or at a large angle
(of a demand or especially a price) unreasonable; too much
soak or bathe in liquid
"the steep attic stairs"
"spends an outrageous amount on entertainment"
"usurious interest rate"
"note the steep incline"
"a steep roof sheds snow"
"He immersed himself into his studies"
"steep the blossoms in oil"
"steep the fruit in alcohol"
The slope..was..very steep, perhaps one in four.
出自： A. MacLean
The terrain grew steeper until, fifty feet below the crest, they were forced to crawl.
出自： B. England
Distillers steep..malt a fortnight before they..use it.
出自： G. Rose
I have steeped my eyes in cold water.
I took off my shirt, steeped it in..water.
出自： P. Mann
She steeped the cucumbers in brine.
She steeped her handkerchief in tears.
The olives are steeped in flavoured oil.
His sword was steeped in blood.
They have been steeped in prejudice since their childhood.
他们从小就充满了偏见。 steep oneself in sth
They continued to steep themselves in the classics.
Mr. Zhang steeps himself in ancient history.
张先生沉湎于古代史。 steep oneself in sth
Professor Calen steeps himself in Latin.
He steeped himself in the traditions of the English countryside.