pass through or into every part of
"An atmosphere of distrust has permeated this administration"
"music penetrated the entire building"
"His campaign was riddled with accusations and personal attacks"
"Water permeates sand easily"
"The territories of two married people interpenetrate a lot"
There were no windows; the light seemed to permeate the walls.
出自： R. Bradbury
Her letters are permeated by protests.
出自： J. Uglow
The prose pieces..are also permeated with questions about time.
出自： E. Young
If the tip leaks, dangerous chemicals may permeate through rocks and soil into rivers.
New ways of thinking are permeating among the students.
空气中弥漫了烟雾。 permeate sth with sth
The banquet was permeated with an atmosphere of friendship.
His public speeches were permeated with hatred of injustice.