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Dry

Spanish
English
ADJ

dry
ADJ

dry
ADJ

dry
ADJ

ADJ
dry
ADJ

ADJ
dry
ADJ

dry
ADJ

dry
ADJ

dry
N


árido
NM
dry goods
N



dry dock
N



dry goods
N

dry ravine
N

seca
NF
dry season
N

dry season
N

dry cleaner's
N


tintorería
NF
dry cleaner's
N

tintorería
NF


limpieza en seco
dry-cleaning

tinte
dry-cleaner



to dry up
V

to dry up
V

anublar
V
to dry up
V

to dry up
V


to dry up
V

to dry up
V

to dry up
V

to dry up
V

to dry up
V



desecar
V
to dry up
V

to dry up
V




enjugar
V
to dry up
V



to dry-clean
V


to dry up
V

to dry in the air
V



to dry up
V


resecar
V
to dry
V

resecar
V
to dry completely
V

resecar
V
to dry off
V

resecar
V
to dry thoroughly
V

to dry up
V

resecarse
V
to get too dry
V

to dry up
V

to dry out
V

to dry out
V

to dry up
V

to dry
V

secar
V
to dry off
V

secar
V
to dry up
V

secar
V
to run dry
V

secar
V
to wipe dry
V

to kiln-dry
V


secarse
V
to dry off
V

secarse
V
to dry oneself
V

secarse
V
to dry up
V

secarse
V
to get dry
V

to hang out to dry
V


to put out to dry
V

extra seco
ADJ
extra dry
ADJ

ADJ
Wine

very dry
ADJ

really dry
ADJ

reseco
ADJ
super dry
ADJ

reseco
ADJ
very dry
ADJ

aged dry sherry
N


pale dry sherry
N






drygoods
ADJ


desecante
NM
dryer
N


drygoods section
N

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English Definitions

dry
N
a reformer who opposes the use of intoxicating beverages
dry
V
remove the moisture from and make dry
dry
V
become dry or drier
dry
free from liquid or moisture; lacking natural or normal moisture or depleted of water; or no longer wet
dry
humorously sarcastic or mocking
dry
lacking moisture or volatile components
dry
opposed to or prohibiting the production and sale of alcoholic beverages
dry
not producing milk
dry
(of liquor) having a low residual sugar content because of decomposition of sugar during fermentation
dry
without a mucous or watery discharge
dry
not shedding tears
dry
lacking interest or stimulation; dull and lifeless
dry
used of solid substances in contrast with liquid ones
dry
unproductive especially of the expected results
dry
having no adornment or coloration
dry
(of food) eaten without a spread or sauce or other garnish
dry
having a large proportion of strong liquor
dry
lacking warmth or emotional involvement
dry
practicing complete abstinence from alcoholic beverages
N
a voltaic battery consisting of two or more dry cells
dry cell
N
a small Leclanche cell containing no free liquid; the electrolyte is a paste and the negative zinc pole forms the container of the cell; used in flashlights, portable radios, etc.
dry cereal
N
a cereal that is not heated before serving
dry clean
V
clean with chemical agents
dry cleaner
N
the operator of dry-cleaning establishment
dry cleaners
N
shop where dry cleaning is done
dry cleaning
N
the act of cleaning (fabrics) with a solvent other than water
dry dock
N
a large dock from which water can be pumped out; used for building ships or for repairing a ship below its waterline
dry fly
N
a fly (fisherman's lure) that skims the surface of the water
N
(pathology) gangrene that develops in the presence of arterial obstruction and is characterized by dryness of the dead tissue and a dark brown color
dry ice
N
solidified carbon dioxide; dry ice sublimates at -78.5 C and is used mainly as a refrigerant
dry kiln
N
a kiln for drying and seasoning lumber
dry land
N
the solid part of the earth's surface
N
masonry without mortar
N
a unit of capacity for dry commodities (as fruit or grain)
dry milk
N
dehydrated milk
dry mop
N
a dry swab for dusting floors
dry mouth
N
abnormal dryness of the mouth resulting from decreased secretion of saliva
N
a substance such that one to three tablespoons dissolved in a glass of warm water is a homemade emetic
dry nurse
N
a nurse who cares for but does not suckle an infant
dry out
V
become dry or drier
dry out
V
become empty of water
dry out
V
remove the moisture from and make dry
dry pint
N
a United States dry unit equal to 0.5 quart or 33.6 cubic inches
dry plate
N
a former photographic method that used a glass plate coated with a light-sensitive gelatinous emulsion
dry plate process
N
a former photographic method that used a glass plate coated with a light-sensitive gelatinous emulsion
dry point
N
a print produced by dry point engraving
dry point
N
a steel needle for engraving without acid on a bare copper plate
dry quart
N
a United States dry unit equal to 2 pints or 67.2 cubic inches
dry rot
N
a crumbling and drying of timber or bulbs or potatoes or fruit caused by a fungus
dry rot
N
a fungus causing dry rot
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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