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Translation of "dry" - English-Turkish dictionary

dry

adjective     /draɪ/ (drier, driest, dryer, dryest)
NOT WET A2 Something that is dry does not have water or liquid in it or on its surface. kuru dry paint Is your hair dry yet?Dry weather, arid conditions and dryness
NO RAIN with no or not much rain kurak, susuz a dry summerDry weather, arid conditions and dryness
HAIR/SKIN Dry skin or hair does not feel soft or smooth. (saç, cilt vb.) kuru My lips feel really dry.Hairdressing
WINE Dry wine is not sweet. (şarap) sek Wines and winemaking
BORING If a book, talk, or subject is dry, it is not interesting. (kitap, konuşma, konu vb.) yavan, kuru, sıkıcı Tedious and uninspiring
FUNNY saying something in a serious way but trying to be funny inceden inceye alaya alan, esprili, dokunduran, müstehzi a dry sense of humourHumour and humorous
dryness     /ˈdraɪnəs/ noun [U] kuruluk
(Definition of dry adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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