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mist

noun /mist/
a cloud of moisture in the air but very close to the ground, which makes it difficult to see any distance
neblina
The hills are covered in thick mist.
mistily adverb
nebulosamente, con nebulosidad
misty adjective
con neblina, borroso
a misty winter morning.
mistiness noun
nebulosidad
mist over phrasal verb ( mist up) to become covered (as if) with mist
cubrirse, empañarse
The mirror misted over The windscreen misted up.
Translations of “mist”
in Arabic ضَباب…
in Korean 안개…
in Malaysian kabus…
in French brume…
in Turkish pus, sis…
in Italian foschia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薄霧, 水汽,水蒸氣…
in Russian туман, дымка…
in Polish mgła…
in Vietnamese sương mù…
in Portuguese nevoeiro, cerração…
in Thai หมอก…
in German der Nebel…
in Catalan boirina…
in Japanese 霧…
in Indonesian kabut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 薄雾, 水汽,水蒸气…
(Definition of mist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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