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dampen

verb [T] (MAKE WET)
使潮濕
 
 
/ˈdæm.pən/ ( also damp)
to make something slightly wet
使潮濕;把…弄潮;使受潮
Rain had dampened the tent so we left it to dry in the afternoon sun.
雨水打濕了帳篷,午後我們把它放到太陽底下曬了曬。
Wet weather and wetness
(Definition of dampen verb (MAKE WET) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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