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dew

noun [U] uk   /djuː/  us   /duː/
drops of water that form on the ground and other surfaces outside during the night
dewy
adjective uk   us   /-i/
a dewy morning
Translations of “dew”
in Arabic نَدى…
in Korean 이슬…
in Malaysian embun…
in French rosée…
in Turkish çiğ…
in Italian rugiada…
in Chinese (Traditional) 露,露水…
in Russian роса…
in Polish rosa…
in Vietnamese sương…
in Spanish rocío…
in Portuguese orvalho…
in Thai น้ำค้าง…
in German der Tau…
in Catalan rosada…
in Japanese 露…
in Indonesian embun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 露,露水…
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