› to become dry, or to make something become dry dry (sb/sth) off phrasal verb
kuru(t)mak He dried his hands on a towel. She hung her clothes outside to dry. → See also blow-dry1514
› to make someone or something dry, or to become dry, especially on the surface dry (sth) out phrasal verb
yüzeyi/dışı kurumak/kurutmak [often reflexive] I dried myself off with a towel and got dressed.1514
› to become dry, or to make something become dry dry (sth) up phrasal verb mainly UK
kupkuru olmak, kurutmak, kurumak1514
› to make plates, cups, etc dry with a cloth after they have been washed dry up phrasal verb
(kap kacak) kurulamak839914
END › If a supply of something dries up, it ends.
durmak, kurum The work dried up and he went out of business.1852
WATER › If a river or lake dries up, the water in it disappears.
(nehir vb.) suyu çekilmek, kurumak1514