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Spanish translation of “soggy”

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soggy

adjective /ˈsoɡi/ ( comparative soggier, superlative soggiest)
very wet and soft
empapado, saturado, pastoso, gomoso
In the centre/center of the puddle was a piece of soggy cardboard.
sogginess noun
consistencia pastosa
the sogginess of the ground.
(Definition of soggy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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