Definition of moisture-laden in English:

moisture-laden

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adjective

(Of air or clouds) carrying a lot of moisture: the distant mountains are almost completely obscured by moisture-laden air
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  • The prevailing, moisture-laden winds from the Atlantic unload their rain here as they cross over these high places, and dozens of brooks and streams flow down.
  • When tree cover is removed, the initial rainfall from the inland-moving, moisture-laden air simply runs off and returns to the sea.
  • Warm front condensation occurs when relatively warm moisture-laden air from the exterior enters into a relatively cold building, following a change in weather from cold to warm.

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