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  1. dry

    • IPA[drʌɪ]

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    • adj.
      free from moisture or liquid; not wet or moist;(of paint, ink, etc.) having lost all wetness or moisture over a period of time
    • v.
      become dry;cause to become dry
    • n.
      the process or an instance of drying.;a dry or covered place.
    • verb: dry, 3rd person present: dries, gerund or present participle: drying, past tense: dried, past participle: dried

    • noun: dry, plural noun: dries

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    • 1. the process or an instance of drying.
    • 2. a dry or covered place.
    • Australian the dry season the grass was yellowing and the dry had started
    • Australian a tract of waterless country the forty-mile dry
    • 3. British a Conservative politician (especially in the 1980s) in favour of strict monetarist policies.
    • 4. US a person in favour of the prohibition of alcohol evangelical dries had seen to it that the nearest bottle of whiskey was miles away
    • adj.
      preserved by removal or evaporation of moisture: dried fruit dried lavender flowers

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    • adj.
      preserved by removal or evaporation of moisture: dried fruit dried lavender flowers

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      superlative of dry

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      become completely or excessively dry

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    • ph.
      become completely or excessively dry

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    • adj.
      (of a fabric or garment) capable of drying without creasing when hung up after washing: drip-dry shirts
    • v.
      (of fabric or a garment) become dry without forming creases when hung up after washing: the pleats will drip-dry and stay in

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    • adj.
      (of a fabric or garment) capable of drying without creasing when hung up after washing: drip-dry shirts
    • v.
      (of fabric or a garment) become dry without forming creases when hung up after washing: the pleats will drip-dry and stay in

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a steel needle for engraving on a bare copper plate without acid.

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    • IPA[drī]

    美式

    • adj.
      free from moisture or liquid; not wet or moist: the jacket kept me warm and dry he wiped it dry with his shirt
    • v.
      become dry: allow 24 hours for the paint to dry come in out of the rain and dry off
    • n.
      a person in favor of the prohibition of alcohol.

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