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arid

adjective /ˈӕrid/
dry
árido
The soil is very arid, which makes it difficult for crops to grow.
aridity noun
aridez
the aridity of the desert.
Translations of “arid”
in Korean 볼모의…
in Arabic جافّ, قاحِل…
in French aride…
in Italian arido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 乾燥的,乾旱的, 不成功的, 無結果的…
in Russian засушливый…
in Turkish kurak, çorak, çatlamış…
in Polish suchy, jałowy…
in Portuguese árido…
in German trocken…
in Catalan àrid…
in Japanese (非常に)乾燥した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 干燥的,干旱的, 不成功的, 无结果的…
(Definition of arid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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