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English definition of “wet”

wet

noun (PERSON)    /wet/
[C] UK disapproving someone who has a weak character and does not express any forceful opinions : Come on Tom , don't be such a wet!Weakness and vulnerability [C] UK disapproving a member of the Conservative Party in Britain with no strong or extreme opinions Government ministers and civil servants
(Definition of wet noun (PERSON) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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