The verb saturate means to fill people or things completely so that no more can be added, absorbed or dissolved.
Synonyms are immerse, infuse, soak, or pervade.
The word origins from Latin (1530s) saturatus, past participle of saturare meaning “to fill full, sate, drench” and from satur meaning “sated, full”. In 1756 it was also used as “soak thoroughly”.
Use hot water to saturate the powdered formula well.
The market for Apple phones is saturated and constant innovation is required to retain clients.
This saturated picture has overly bright colors because of the editing.