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dry  Verb
Plural: dries
  1. Translate "dry" to Spanish: secar, secarse, enjugar
    English Synonyms of "dry": dry out, dry off, dry one's, dry up, dehydrate, get dry, wipe dry, wipe off
    Define meaning of "dry": Remove the moisture from and make dry.
  2. Dry clothes.
    Dry hair.

  3. Translate "dry" to Spanish: desecar, resecar, desalagar
    English Synonyms of "dry": dry out, dehydrate, dry off, dry out thoroughly, make arid, desiccate, exsiccate
    Define meaning of "dry": Remove the moisture from and make dry.
  4. Dry clothes.
    Dry hair.

  5. Translate "dry" to Spanish: desecarse, deshumedecerse
    English Synonyms of "dry": become dry, dry up, lose humidity, desiccate
    Define meaning of "dry": Become dry or drier. ; Become empty of water.
  6. The laundry dries in the sun.
    The river runs dry in the summer.


dry  Noun
  1. Translate "dry" to Spanish: prohibicionista, persona que está a favor de la prohibición de bebidas alcohólicas, activista antialcohol, partidario de la ley seca, seco
    English Synonyms of "dry": prohibitionist, person who favors the prohibition of alcoholic drink, pussyfoot
    Define meaning of "dry": A reformer who opposes the use of intoxicating beverages.

  2. Translate "dry" to Spanish: secano, lugar seco, terreno seco
    English Synonyms of "dry": dry land, dry place, droughty land, droughty region, dry region, unirrigated land

dry  Adjective
  1. Translate "dry" to Spanish: seco, árido, desértico, sin humedad
    English Synonyms of "dry": anhydrous, arid, barren, desert, dried-up, parched, dead
    Define meaning of "dry": Without a mucous or watery discharge. ; Suffering from fluid deprivation. ; Eaten without a spread or sauce or other garnish. ; Unproductive especially of the expected results.; Not shedding tears. ; Free from liquid or moisture; lacking natural or normal moisture or depleted of water; or no longer wet.
  2. A dry cough.
    That rare thing in the wintertime; a small child with a dry nose.
    His mouth was dry.
    Dry toast.
    Dry meat.
    A dry run.
    A mind dry of new ideas.
    Dry sobs.
    With dry eyes.
    Dry land.
    Dry clothes.
    A dry climate.
    Dry splintery boards.
    A dry river bed.
    The paint is dry.

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  3. Translate "dry" to Spanish: sin lluvia
    English Synonyms of "dry": rainless
    Define meaning of "dry": Free from liquid or moisture; lacking natural or normal moisture or depleted of water; or no longer wet.
  4. Dry land.
    Dry clothes.
    A dry climate.
    Dry splintery boards.
    A dry river bed.
    The paint is dry.

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  5. Translate "dry" to Spanish: seco, conciso, lacónico
    English Synonyms of "dry": to-the-point, brief, compact, concise, condensed, short, snap, snappy, curt, flat
    Define meaning of "dry": Having no adornment or coloration.
  6. Dry facts.
    Rattled off the facts in a dry mechanical manner.

  7. Translate "dry" to Spanish: sediento
    English Synonyms of "dry": thirsty, athirst, droughty, drouthy
    Define meaning of "dry": Feeling a need or desire to drink. ; Needing moisture.


  8. Translate "dry" to Spanish: sobrio, abstemio, abstinente de las bebidas alcohólicas
    English Synonyms of "dry": sober, abstemious, non-drinker, non-drinking, not drunk, sane, teetotal, on the wagon
    Define meaning of "dry": Not affected by a chemical substance (especially alcohol).

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  10. Translate "dry" to Spanish: que no permite la venta de bebidas alcohólicas
    English Synonyms of "dry": not permitting the sale of alcoholic drink

Verb Conjugation for "dry"
Gerund: drying

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Conceptually-related expressions of "dry"
air-dry
art and technique of painting on dry plaster
as boring as watching paint dry
become dry
benign dry pleurisy
bleed dry
blow-dry
bone-dry
caisson of dry-dock
Canada Dry
Chem-Dry
continuous noisy dry cough
cut-and-dry
cut and dry
dark firm dry meat
drip-dry
epidemic benign dry pleurisy
extremely dry
feed mixer for dry material
fine dry coal
floating dry dock
freeze-dry
get dry
go dry
half-dry
hang out to dry
hard-shelled dry fruit
high and dry
home and dry
inflammation of the larynx which often produces sore throat and hoarseness or loss of voice and dry cough
kiln-dry
leave high and dry
long dry spell
machine-dry
masher for wet and dry material
medium-dry
medium-dry wine
oil dry hole
on dry land
overcooked dry meat
pale dry sherry
part of the ocean farthest away from dry land
pat-dry
person in charge of dry cleaning
put out to dry
put the washing out to dry
put your faith in God and keep your powder dry
quality of being transparent when wet and opaque when dry
rough-dry
rough-dry laundry
run dry
salted dry meat
salted dry tuna
salty eight-shaped dry biscuit
scaly dry skin
semi-dry
semi-dry wine
set foot on dry land
sheet of absorbent paper to which liquid LSD has been applied and allowed to dry
simple dry fruit
small cone-shaped pile of hay left in the field until it is dry
spin-dry
spin dry
stack of hay left to dry
standard temperature, standard pressure and dry
the dries
the dry part
totally dry
transparent when wet and opaque when dry
trust in God and keep your powder dry
tumble-dry
very dry
very dry ale
we never miss the water till the well runs dry
we never miss the water until the well runs dry
winged dry fruit
wipe dry
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