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the ink is not dry/still wet

You say that the ink is not ​dry/still ​wet on a ​document if it has just been written or ​produced: The ink was barelydry on the ​peaceagreement when ​fightingbroke out again.
(Definition of the ink is not dry/still wet from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the ink is not dry/still wet”
in Chinese (Simplified) (文件)刚写成的或完成的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (檔)剛寫成的或製作完成的…
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