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06:01 May 16, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: wet
wet
Lindsay
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Summary of answers provided
nalluviosoxxxGGTrans
namojadoxxxGGTrans


  

Answers


16 mins
mojado


Explanation:
this really does depend on the context, whether it refers to people, weather, paint.

i think you're talking about the weather, in which case you would say "llovioso"

try and provide the context in the future for a more precise response!


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22 mins
lluvioso


Explanation:
sorry for the confusion! the correct spelling is "lluvioso" and is pronounced you-be-oh-so (with the stress on the "oh")

remember, this literally means "rainy" and refers to wet weather.

otherwise, if you want to say wet clothes or that someone is wet, you would use the word "mojado" for masculine nouns and "mojada" for feminine nouns. (In the plural form, simply add an "s" to the end, i.e mojados)

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