wet+through+and+through

  • 1wet through and through — soaked, saturated …

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  • 2Wet Set Magazine — is an Australia based omorashi publication. In addition to material on panty wetting culture for accident prone adults, it also contains diaper lover and urolagnia related material.OverviewThe magazine s content includes photos, letters, fantasy… …

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  • 3wet*/*/*/ — [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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  • 4through — ♦ (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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  • 5Wet feet, dry feet policy — The wet foot, dry foot policy is the name given to a consequence of the 1995 revision of the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 that says, essentially, that anyone who fled Cuba and got into the United States would be allowed to pursue residency a year …

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  • 6Wet-bulb temperature — The wet bulb temperature is a type of temperature measurement that reflects the physical properties of a system with a mixture of a gas and a vapor, usually air and water vapor. Wet bulb temperature can have several technical meanings:… …

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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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  • 8through — 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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  • 9through — 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… …

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  • 10through */*/*/ — 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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  • 11wet — 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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  • 12wet — 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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  • 13wet — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} verb ADVERB ▪ thoroughly ▪ Wet your hair thoroughly before applying the shampoo. ▪ slightly PREPOSITION ▪ with ▪ …

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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… …

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  • 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 — /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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  • 18through — [[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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  • 19wet suit — noun a close fitting garment made of a permeable material; worn in cold water (as by skin divers) to retain body heat • Hypernyms: ↑garment * * * noun : a close fitting suit made of material (as sponge rubber) that water will go through but that… …

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  • 20wet — 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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