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Significado de "mist" - Diccionario Inglés

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mistnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /mɪst/
B2 thin fogproduced by very ​smalldrops of ​watercollecting in the ​air just above an ​area of ​ground or ​water: The ​mountainvillagesseem to be ​permanently shrouded in mist. The early-morning mist ​soon lifted/​cleared. a ​thinlayer of ​liquid on the ​surface of something that makes it ​difficult to ​see: UK There's always a mist on the ​bathroommirror/​windows when I've had a ​shower. Through a mist oftears, I ​watched his ​trainpull out of the ​station.

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Significado de "mist" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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mistnoun [C/U]

 us   /mɪst/
a ​lightrain or a ​collection of very ​smalldrops of ​water in the ​air that is like a ​fog: [C] In the ​mornings, a mist ​covered the ​surface of the ​lake.
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Traducciones de “mist”
en coreano 안개…
en árabe ضَباب…
in Malaysian kabus…
en francés brume…
en ruso туман, дымка…
en chino (tradicionál) 薄霧, 水汽,水蒸氣…
en italiano foschia…
en turco pus, sis…
en polaco mgła…
en español neblina…
in Vietnamese sương mù…
en portugués nevoeiro, cerração…
in Thai หมอก…
en alemán der Nebel…
en catalán boirina…
en japonés 霧…
en chino (simplificado) 薄雾, 水汽,水蒸气…
in Indonesian kabut…
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