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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “wet”

wet

adjective (NOT DRY)
不亁的
    /wet/ (wetter, wettest)
covered in water or another liquid
濕的,潮濕的
a wet floor
潮濕的地板
a wet umbrella
濕淋淋的傘
wet hair
濕頭髮
My bike got wet in the rain.
我的腳踏車在雨中淋濕了。
I had to cycle in the rain and got soaking (= very) wet.
我不得不騎車在雨中行進,全身都淋濕了。
informal You poor thing - you're all (= very) wet.
你這個可憐的傢夥——全身都淋濕了。
Wet weather and wetness
describes paint, ink, or a similar substance when it has not had time to dry and become hard
(油漆、墨水等)未乾的
The paint's still wet.
油漆還未亁。
a notice saying 'Wet paint!'
一塊寫有「油漆未乾!」的告示牌
Wet weather and wetness
describes weather or periods of time when rain falls
多雨的,下雨的
We've had wet weather all week.
整個星期都在下雨。
This is the first wet day for two months.
兩個月以來,今天是第一次下雨。
The presentation will take place indoors if it's wet.
如果下雨,儀式就在室內舉行。
Wet weather and wetness
be wet through to be completely wet
全濕透了
Come in quickly - you're wet through.
快點進來——你全身都濕透了。
Wet weather and wetness
wetly     /ˈwet.li/ adverb Wet weather and wetness wetness     /ˈwet.nəs/ noun [U] Wet weather and wetness
(Definition of wet adjective (NOT DRY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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