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  • /drai/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • adjective: Free from liquid or moisture: changed to dry clothes.
  • adjective: Having or characterized by little or no rain: a dry climate.
  • adjective: Marked by the absence of natural or normal moisture: a dry month.
  • adjective: Not under water: dry land.
  • adjective: Having all the water or liquid drained away, evaporated, or exhausted: a dry river.
  • adjective: No longer yielding liquid, especially milk: a dry cow.
  • adjective: Lacking a mucous or watery discharge: a dry cough.
  • adjective: Not shedding tears: dry sobs.
  • adjective: Needing or desiring drink; thirsty: a dry mouth.
  • adjective: No longer wet: The paint is dry.
  • adjective: Of or relating to solid rather than liquid substances or commodities: dry weight.
  • adjective: Not sweet as a result of the decomposition of sugar during fermentation. Used of wines.
  • adjective: Having a large proportion of strong liquor to other ingredients: a dry martini.
  • adjective: Eaten or served without butter, gravy, or other garnish: dry toast; dry meat.
  • adjective: Having no adornment or coloration; plain: the dry facts.
  • adjective: Devoid of bias or personal concern: presented a dry critique.
  • adjective: Lacking tenderness, warmth, or involvement; severe: The actor gave a dry reading of the lines.
  • adjective: Matter-of-fact or indifferent in manner: rattled off the facts in a dry mechanical tone.
  • adjective: Wearisome; dull: a dry lecture filled with trivial details.
  • adjective: Humorous or sarcastic in a shrewd, impersonal way: dry wit.
  • adjective: Prohibiting or opposed to the sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages: a dry county.
  • adjective: Unproductive of the expected results: a mind dry of new ideas.
  • adjective: Constructed without mortar or cement: dry masonry.
  • verb-transitive: To remove the moisture from; make dry: laundry dried by the sun.
  • verb-transitive: To preserve (meat or other foods, for example) by extracting the moisture.
  • verb-intransitive: To become dry: The sheets dried quickly in the sun.
  • noun: Informal A prohibitionist.
  • phrasal-verb: dry out Informal To undergo a cure for alcoholism.
  • phrasal-verb: dry up To make or become unproductive, especially to do so gradually.
  • phrasal-verb: dry up Informal To stop talking.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • nuobodus
  • dry cow bergždžia karvė
  • dry goods manufaktūra
  • galanterija
  • išdžiūvęs
  • dry bread duona be sviesto
  • jaučiąs troškulį
  • dry wine sausas vynas
  • (iš)džiūti
  • džiovinti
  • sausas
  • to dry up a) (iš)džiūti
  • (iš)džiovi
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