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wet

adjective /wet/
containing, soaked in, or covered with, water or another liquid
mojado
We got soaking wet when it began to rain His shirt was wet through with sweat wet hair The car skidded on the wet road.
rainy
lluvioso
a wet day wet weather It was wet yesterday.
wetness noun
humedad
the wetness of the grass.
wet blanket noun a depressing companion
aguafiestas
He turned out to be a wet blanket who wouldn’t join in anything.
wet-nurse noun a woman employed to breast-feed someone else’s baby.
ama de cría, nodriza
wetsuit noun a rubber suit for wearing in cold conditions when diving etc.
traje isotérmico
wet through adjective soaked to the skin
calado hasta los huesos
We were wet through after being caught outside in the rain.
(Definition of wet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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