What does "soak in" mean?
In this video, "soak in" has a similar meaning to "absorb," which is to take in or immerse oneself in something (like one's surroundings). The speaker has used this expression to state that the cow is immersing herself in her surroundings, and taking the time to experience everything around her. We often use this expression to describe babies, children, or beginners to something. Ex: The new hire tried hard to soak in all the information learnt during orientation. Ex: Children soak in everything around them. They learn quite quickly.
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