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Translation of "moist" - English-Spanish dictionary

moist

adjective /moist/
damp; slightly wet
húmedo
a moist flannel moist, fertile soil.
moistly adverb
húmedamente
moistness noun
humedad
moisten /ˈmoisn/ verb to wet slightly
humedecer
He moistened (= licked) his lips.
moisture /ˈmoistʃə/ noun (the quality of) dampness
humedad
This soil needs moisture.
moisturize /-stʃə-/ verb ( (also moisturiseBritish)) to keep the moisture in (skin)
hidratar
This cream is used to moisturize the skin.
moisturizer noun ( (also moisturiserBritish))
crema hidratante
Translations of “moist”
in Arabic رَطِب…
in Korean 촉촉한…
in Malaysian lembap…
in French moite…
in Turkish nemli, rutubetli…
in Italian inumidito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潮濕的, 濕潤的…
in Russian влажный, сырой…
in Polish wilgotny…
in Vietnamese ẩm ướt…
in Portuguese úmido…
in Thai เปียกชื้น…
in German feucht…
in Catalan humit…
in Japanese (しっとりと)湿った…
in Indonesian lembab…
in Chinese (Simplified) 潮湿的, 湿润的…
(Definition of moist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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