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wet

adjective
 
 
/wet/ (wetter, wettest)
WATER A2 covered in water or another liquid: a wet towel We got soaking wet in the rain. UK Look at you - you're wet through (= very wet)!Wet weather and wetness
RAIN A2 raining: a wet and windy dayWet weather and wetnessDescribing bad weather
NOT DRY B1 not dry yet: wet paintWet weather and wetness
PERSON UK informal Someone who is wet has a weak personality.Weakness and vulnerability
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