seep through

seep through (something)

To soak or permeate completely through something, reaching or escaping through the other side. There must be a leak in one of the pipes, because water has started seeping through the walls. The coffee I spilled in my bag seeped through every single one of my books.
See also: seep, through

seep through something

[for a fluid] to permeate something and escape. The oil seeped through the gasket onto the ground. Some water seeped through the ceiling, ruining our carpet as well as the ceiling.
See also: seep, through
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If bleeding continues to seep through the bandage, remove it and reapply.
Even at low temperatures, some liquid can slowly seep through the solid, Eicken notes.
Even an unbroken, multiacre blanket allows up to 75 percent of the fumigant to seep through, mostly within the first 5 days after application.