wet+through

  • 1wet through — With one s clothes completely soaked • • • Main Entry: ↑wet * * * wet/soaked/through phrase extremely wet in every part You’re wet through, child. Take off those clothes at once. Thesauru …

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  • 2wet through — 1. adjective Soaked. Very wet. If you stay out in the rain, you will get wet through. 2. verb To soak or drench thoroughly …

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  • 3wet through — completely soaked …

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  • 4wet through and through — soaked, saturated …

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  • 5wet*/*/*/ — [wet] adj I 1) covered with water or another liquid You d better come in or you ll get wet.[/ex] My socks and shoes were soaking wet (= very wet).[/ex] Her forehead was wet with sweat.[/ex] Where have you been? You re wet through (= completely… …

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  • 6through — ♦ (The preposition is pronounced [[t]θruː[/t]]. In other cases, through is pronounced [[t]θru͟ː[/t]]) 1) PREP To move through something such as a hole, opening, or pipe means to move directly from one side or end of it to the other. The theatre… …

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  • 7wet — wetly, adv. wetness, n. wetter, n. wettish, adj. /wet/, adj., wetter, wettest, n., v., wet or wetted, wetting. adj. 1. moistened, covered, or soaked with water …

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  • 8wet — I UK [wet] / US adjective Word forms wet : adjective wet comparative wetter superlative wettest *** 1) covered with water or another liquid wet hair/grass/clothes You d better come in or you ll get wet. wet with: Her forehead was wet with sweat.… …

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  • 9through — through1 W1S1 [θru:] prep, adv ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(door/passage etc)¦ 2¦(cutting/breaking)¦ 3¦(across an area)¦ 4¦(see through something)¦ 5¦(past a place)¦ 6¦(time)¦ 7¦(process/experience)¦ 8¦(competitions)¦ 9¦(because of something)¦ …

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  • 10through — 1 /Tru:/ preposition 1 entering something such as a door, passage, tube, or hole at one end or side and leaving it at the other: They were suddenly plunged into darkness as the train went through the tunnel. | The ball went flying through the… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11through */*/*/ — UK [θruː] / US [θru] adjective, adverb, preposition Summary: Through can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): They were riding through a forest. as an adverb (without a following noun): There s a hole in the roof… …

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  • 12wet — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} verb ADVERB ▪ thoroughly ▪ Wet your hair thoroughly before applying the shampoo. ▪ slightly PREPOSITION ▪ with ▪ …

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  • 13wet — wet1 W3S2 [wet] adj comparative wetter superlative wettest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(water/liquid)¦ 2¦(weather)¦ 3¦(paint/ink etc)¦ 4¦(person)¦ 5¦(baby)¦ 6 somebody is all wet 7 be wet behind the ears ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [ …

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  • 14wet — 1 /wet/ adjective 1 WATER/LIQUID covered in or full of liquid: wet grass | My shirt s all wet! (+ with): His face was wet with sweat. | get (sth) wet: Try not to get your feet wet. | wet through (=completely wet) | soaking/sopping/dripping wet… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15wet — adj., v., & n. adj. (wetter, wettest) 1 soaked, covered, or dampened with water or other liquid (a wet sponge; a wet surface; got my feet wet). 2 (of the weather etc.) rainy (a wet day). 3 (of paint, ink, etc.) not yet dried. 4 used with water… …

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  • 16through — /throoh/, prep. 1. in at one end, side, or surface and out at the other: to pass through a tunnel; We drove through Denver without stopping. Sun came through the window. 2. past; beyond: to go through a stop sign without stopping. 3. from one to… …

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  • 17through — [[t]θru[/t]] prep. 1) in at one end, side, or surface and out at the other: to pass through a tunnel[/ex] 2) past; beyond: went through a red light[/ex] 3) from one to the other of: swinging through the trees[/ex] 4) across the extent of:… …

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  • 18through — /θru / (say throoh) preposition 1. in at one end, side, or surface, and out at the other, of: to pass through a tunnel. 2. past: the car went through the traffic lights without stopping. 3. between or among the individual members or parts of: to… …

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  • 19wet — adj 1. dampened, damped, moistened; moist, damp; soaked, drenched, wringing wet, wet through, saturated; soppy, sopping, dripping, sodden, soggy. 2. misty, foggy, vaporous, dewy; drizzling, showery, rainy; pouring, monsoonal, raining cats and… …

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  • 20Wet scrubber — is a form of pollution control technology. The term describes a variety of devices that use pollutants from a furnace flue gas or from other gas streams. In a wet scrubber, the polluted gas stream is brought into contact with the scrubbing liquid …

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