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humidadjective

 us   /ˈhju·mɪd/
(of ​air and ​weather) ​containingextremelysmalldrops of ​water in the ​air: New York is very ​hot and humid in the ​summer.
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humidadjective

uk   /ˈhjuː.mɪd/  us   /ˈhjuː.mɪd/
B1 (of ​air and ​weatherconditions) ​containingextremelysmalldrops of ​water in the ​air: New York is very ​hot and humid in the ​summer. a ​hot and humid ​climate
(Definition of humid from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “humid”
in Korean 습한…
in Arabic رَطِب…
in Malaysian lembap…
in French humide…
in Russian влажный…
in Chinese (Traditional) (空氣和天氣狀況)潮濕的,濕潤的…
in Italian umido…
in Turkish nemli, rutubetli…
in Polish wilgotny…
in Spanish húmedo…
in Vietnamese ẩm…
in Portuguese úmido…
in Thai ชื้น…
in German feucht…
in Catalan humit…
in Japanese 湿度の高い, むしむしする…
in Chinese (Simplified) (空气和天气状况)潮湿的,湿润的…
in Indonesian lembab…
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