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moisten

verb
 
/ˈmɔɪ·sən/
to make something slightly wet, or to become slightly wet
يُرطّب
Translations of “moisten”
in Korean 촉촉하게 만들다…
in Portuguese umedecer…
in Catalan humitejar(-se)…
in Japanese ~に湿り気を与える, ~が湿る…
in Italian inumidire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 弄濕,沾濕, (使)變潮濕…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弄湿,沾湿, (使)变潮湿…
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