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dry

adjective
 
/draɪ/ ( comparative drier, superlative driest)
A2 without water or liquid on the surface
جافّ
dry paint Is your hair dry yet?
without rain
جاف / قاحِل
a dry summer a dry region
Dry wine is not sweet.
نَبْيذ لَيْس لَه طَعْم حُلو
as dry as a bone extremely dry
جاف جِدّا
I don’t think he’s been watering these plants – the soil is as dry as a bone.
dryness
 
/ˈdraɪ·nəs/ noun [no plural]
جَفاف
(Definition of dry adjective from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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