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Translation of "damp" - English-Spanish dictionary

damp

adjective /dӕmp/
slightly wet húmedo This towel is still damp.
dampen verb
to make damp humedecer She dampened the flannel and wiped her face.
to make or become less fierce or strong (interest etc) apagar, enfriar, escampar The rain dampened everyone’s enthusiasm considerably.
damper noun
something which lessens the strength of enthusiasm, interest etc ducha fría Her presence cast a damper on the proceedings.
a movable plate for controlling the draught eg in a stove. regulador de tiro
dampness noun
slight wetness humedad the dampness of the earth.
damp down phrasal verb
to make (a fire) burn more slowly sofocar The fire was still being damped down the next day.
to reduce, make less strong apagar, enfriar, hacer perder He was trying to damp down their enthusiasm.
Translations of “damp”
in Arabic رَطِب…
in Korean 축축한…
in Malaysian lembap…
in French humide…
in Turkish rutubetli ve havasız ortam…
in Italian umido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潮濕的,濕淋淋的…
in Russian влажный…
in Polish wilgotny…
in Vietnamese ẩm ướt…
in Portuguese úmido…
in Thai ชื้น…
in German feucht…
in Catalan humit…
in Japanese じめじめした…
in Indonesian lembab…
in Chinese (Simplified) 潮湿的,潮乎乎的…
(Definition of damp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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