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thirsty

adjective
 
/ˈθɜːsti/ (thirstier, thirstiest)
to be thirsty A2 wanting or needing a drink: I felt really hot and thirsty after my run.
Translations of “thirsty”
in Korean 목이 마른…
in Arabic عَطشان…
in Portuguese sedento, com sede…
in Catalan assedegat…
in Japanese のどが渇いた…
in Italian assetato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 口渴的…
in Russian испытывающий жажду…
in Turkish susamış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 口渴的…
in Polish spragniony…
(Definition of thirsty from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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