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dry (sb/sth) off

phrasal verb with dry uk   us   /draɪ/ verb [I or T]
to make someone or something dry, or to become dry, especially on the surface: I dried myself off and got dressed.
Translations of “dry (sb/sth) off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)變乾, 弄乾(尤指表面)…
in Russian вытирать(ся)…
in Turkish yüzeyi/dışı kurumak/kurutmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)变干, 弄干(尤指表面)…
in Polish wycierać się/ kogoś/coś…
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