Definition of damp-dry in English:

damp-dry

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verb

[with object]
Dry (something wet) until it is only damp: damp-dry the fish with kitchen paper
More example sentences
  • The new washers which perform the complete clothes-cleaning cycle of washing, rinsing, and damp-drying at the push of a button take the ‘blue’ out of Monday.
  • It allows the user to operate the dryer for short time intervals when only damp-drying of clothes is desired.
  • Clean the joint thoroughly with a little water, then after that has damp-dried, pack the joints with the Alsey or Heat-Stop and let it dry before using.

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