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Definición de “wet” en inglés

wet

adjective [-er/-est only]  /wet/ (-tt-) us  
with liquid in, on, or around something; not dry: I stepped in a puddle of water and got my shoes wet. If paint, ink, etc., is wet, it has not had time to dry. Wet weather is weather with rain.
wetness
noun [U]  /ˈwet·nəs/ us  
A lot of the wetness will evaporate before the rain reaches the plant’s roots.

wet

verb [T]  /wet/ (present participle wetting, past tense and past participle wet or wetted) us  
A person, esp. a child, who wets something causes it to become wet by urinating: He still sometimes wets his bed.
(Definition of wet from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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