adjetivo (drier, driest)
- When cleaning the body of the light, it is recommended to use a dry, lint free cloth for the best possible result.
- Traffic constable Paul Davenport told the inquest that at the time of the accident, the road was dry, clean and free from any obstruction.
- If the soil seems too dry or too moist, adjust the controller.
- They knew the city might well end the practice before they could obtain a license, and they knew the courts could nullify the marriage before the ink was dry.
- It happened in 1983 and it happened in 1993 and if it happens next weekend, the record books will have to be re-written before the ink is properly dry.
- The ink is barely dry on the deal, but already interested parties in Australia are focussing on the process ahead.
- Calvert points out that the floods triggered by the recent storm surge had demonstrated the eco friendly nature of the dry latrines.
- Under this Act construction of a dry latrine and its manual cleaning was made an offence.
- But even where activists have successfully sealed dry latrines, the fate of the people is pathetic.
- During the growing season, keep the roots moist in dry weather and take care when weeding, as blackcurrants are shallow-rooted.
- On my first visit to the short grass plains of the southern Serengeti, they were as parched and dry as any desert.
- The polar continental is usually a dry air mass, having little distance to travel over the sea.
- Almost all of these are away from major rivers, dry creeks, and sagebrush flats, where recent sediments tend to cover the older rocks.
- When water from a nearby active stream flooded into the dry watercourse, the nests and eggs, like those on the flats, were inundated with mud.
- In Australia, salt is produced by solar evaporation from sea water, saline lake waters, underground brines and harvested from dry lake beds.
- Residents have turned to the murky pond for their water supply, as truck- and pipe-borne sources have been almost dry.
- Since then, one of the wells used to supply the community with water has gone dry.
- Hesaraghatta lake, one of the biggest sources of fresh water supply to the city, went dry quite sometime ago.
- Early in the afternoon, they approached a small cottage, where no well could be seen, but the pilgrims were thirsty and dry.
- Ice cream sells better in winter in pedestrian malls and large department stores, whose air-conditioning systems often make shoppers feel hot and dry.
- The drinking habits of the time involved the guest calling for a drink every time he felt dry.
- Yearling cattle, heifers and dry cows could be used to follow finishing cattle to clear off paddocks that have dried out.
- Some winter feeding regimes such as the overwintering of dry suckler cows require little more than maintenance diets.
- Cow numbers were held constant at 100 mature lactating and dry cows, plus replacements.
- However, I kept noticing things before we left, like my face was too dry, then my hair was too dry, then I had to find lip gloss because my face was looking blah!
- If you can't find a conditioner for black hair, try one designed for dry hair instead as these will have a similar effect.
- If your hair is very dry, damaged or chemically treated, treat yourself to a deep conditioning once a week.
- Chances are quite good that lunch on any given weekday was a hamburger patty and cheese on plain, dry bread served with fries.
- He hardly ate, a bag of nuts or dry bread seeing him through the day.
- I also enjoy a light, fluffy omelet, or maybe basted eggs with bacon or strawberries and dry toast.
- In between are 11 pages of useful information, including dry facts and quirky anecdotes, encompassing every area of life.
- He does not spout dry information, but colours facts with his own thoughtful perspective.
- It not only conveys information, the dry facts and figures of the events, but also their full emotional weight.
- I always love the incredibly dry, spare tone of the Times when it approaches ultra-weird subjects.
- The politician's agenda does tend to be as dry and unemotional as his personality.
- A dry skepticism likewise informs her views on the art world, and on the varying fortunes of Duchamp's work and reputation within it.
- He will be remembered for his quick wit, his one-liners and his dry sense of humour.
- The show was hosted by a young woman who also injected a dry sense of humour into her performance.
- But viewer beware, a dry sense of humour is needed to enjoy this movie to its fullest.
- It's hard to find a country where a great many of the social ills aren't related to drink or drugs, particularly in the ones that are dry or have prohibition.
- But the Wilson Act also left a loophole, in that it did not allow dry states to prohibit the importation of alcohol for personal use.
- The distillery, you see, lies in a parish that's been dry since prohibition.
- Some people compare it to an alcoholic still craving a drink after being dry for years, but I am a steady weight now and take pride in my appearance.
- Mr Keane senior was an alcoholic who would be dry for several months and a raging drunk the rest of the time.
- He is a dry alcoholic: that is, he simply quit one day, without going through Alcoholics Anonymous or any similar group.
- With spring swigging in mind, Somerfield is introducing a juicy new range of Antipodean Riesling, dry muscat, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho wines.
- Although many of the wines are dry, sweet Vermentino wines are also produced.
- Clearly a dry wine such as a Fino Sherry or Sercial Madeira is most appropriate at the start of the meal, not the end.
verbo (dries, drying, dried)[no object]
- The flood victims either install themselves at our campsite or head back to London to dry off and restock, while I snatch a couple of hours sleep.
- My companion ventured back to the beach to dry off.
- We sleep in the cheapest motel we can find, hanging up our clothes and sleeping bags in the room so that they can dry off.
- Isn't it obvious that such an elaborate grooming procedure would be left to after one has washed and dried one's hair?
- She quickly hopped in the shower, washed her hair, then dried it.
- To sterilise your jars before potting, wash them well then dry them in a low oven.
- Brett saw Daniel leave and leapt up, trying to dry his eyes but he knew his cheeks were still tear stained.
- He got in his car and leaned his head back against the seat, he dried his eyes from threatening tears and drove off.
- Sasha dried his eyes up a bit by wiping them on his shirt and tried to talk straight.
- When I helped Gemma to dry up, the tea towel slid on oily cutlery.
- Finished painting the conservatory, had something to eat, washed up, dried up, and ironed a top for tomorrow.
- ‘I'll wash, you dry,’ said Jake, turning on the tap and staring at the water that gushed out.
- Fragrant barks and dried flowers hold their own appeal.
- Healthy nibbles, for me, would be dried fruit, fruit and yoghurt.
- Because I am currently burning the candle at both ends, got home and made my bread, left it to rise, and made my Moroccan dried fruit salad.
- I averted my eyes from Guinness to watch Tony, and Alec dried, that is, he forgot his lines.
- Sox is an actor who dries at an audition because he cannot relate to the character of a township gangster.
sustantivo (plural dries or drys)
- Soft towelling that gives you a good, clean dry every time.
- The head seamstress decided she was clean enough, and hauled her out of the bath, and gave her a cruelly brisk dry all over, hoping to teach her a lesson.
- Cattle were simply moved from one water place to the next: away from the river in the wet season, closer to it in the dry.
- There would be stubble after the crop's harvested, therefore cattle feed, especially in the end of the dry.
- The course is in top condition considering the dry, with a big help from the volunteers.
- From the waterhole an old camel pad led out over the ‘eighty miles dry’.
- Any self-respecting Country Party MP would have taken to the economic dries of the Liberal Party with an axe years ago.
- But he says the divide is no longer between liberals and conservatives, or economic wets and dries.
- Margaret Thatcher's reputation belongs to the whole Conservative Party, ‘wets’ and ‘dries’ alike.
- ‘So far, then, as the liquor issue may figure in the campaign,’ the Century editorialized, ‘the drys can have nothing but opposition to the Democratic campaign’.
- To do that, Snider heads out to the various tour stops and surveys the dries, including the hotels they may stay in, the surrounding areas and potential performance halls.
- Exploiting division in their opponents' ranks, drys drafted the bill and pressured Congress to pass it.
come up dry
- North American Be unsuccessful: experiments have so far come up dryMás ejemplos en oraciones
- But in the aftermath of our victory, the search for evidence of this program has thus far come up dry.
- Apparently the investigation came up dry and was suspended.
- Between now and then, we either have to find some weapons of mass destruction, or come up with an incredibly plausible reason why our searches are coming up dry.
(as) dry as a bone
- Extremely dry.Oraciones de ejemplo
- As water bodies dry up, and the supply lines remain dry as a bone, the city residents are in for a long and hot spell of drought.
- But there was disappointment for visitors to Piccadilly Gardens, because the water feature there was dry as a bone after it stopped working.
- In just a matter of weeks, Colorado and the surrounding states suddenly go dry as a bone.
(as) dry as dust
- Extremely dry: his throat was dry as dustMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Her arms and legs felt like hundred-pound weights; the inside of Tory's mouth felt like the sand of the Sahara desert, dry as dust.
- Cocoa Puffs, dry as dust and hard as she poured them into the bowl, the glass still warm from the hot water.
- My dad would try every now and then but his potatoes were dry as dust.
- 3.1Extremely dull; lacking emotion, expression, or interest: what the students learned was as dry as dustMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I searched in vain for a subject that wasn't deadly boring, dry as dust, and leached of every detail of the kind that makes things interesting in real life.
- US audiences will find this latter subject dry as dust and uninteresting.
- Van Gogh may have attended art school in Antwerp, but he found it dry as dust and here we see his real teachers: Delacroix Courbet, Millet and Rembrandt.
there wasn't a dry eye (in the house)
- (With reference to a play, film, or similar event) everyone in the audience was moved to tears.Oraciones de ejemplo
- Jackie's beautiful cousin sang ‘Ring-a-ring-a-Rosie ‘and there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
- After the three children with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia were all named Child of the Year, there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
- Perhaps the most moving moment was when Michael's boyfriend read out a little speech, and when he quoted a Dusty song at the end I'm sure there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
Verbos con partícula
dry an animal off
- Cease milking and reduce the rations of a cow or other animal so that it stops producing milk: cows are dried off about 90 days before calvingMás ejemplos en oraciones
- All cows are dried off together and all farmers do this at the same time.
- His cows are dried off to allow them to calve down at a condition score of 3.2.
- Consider drying heifers off even if in good body condition and give them every chance for the next lactation.
- informal Overcome alcoholism: he intends to dry out and get his life back together againMás ejemplos en oraciones
give up drinking, give up alcohol, become teetotal, overcome alcoholism, take the pledgeinformal go on the wagon
- Billy's lawyer alleges that Iris has a drink problem, while her lawyer claims that he had spent three weeks in a monastery drying out.
- Apparently she's drying out in a hospital somewhere.
- It's the additional bottle of schnapps for the alky who should be drying out.
- As BBC producers knew only too well, although he was a great talker, when faced with a microphone, he would dry up.
- I am worried that when I perform in front of people, I will dry up.
- With non-renewable energy sources drying up pretty rapidly alternatives will start to come on stream consistently in the coming years, Dr O'Connor said.
- Many companies in the US over-invested on the back of ambitious growth forecasts and find themselves heavily indebted as cash flows dry up.
- I think his cash flow may dry up and he won't be able to put his kids through college.
- Oraciones de ejemplo
- The forecast is for a mainly dry night and dryish day tomorrow.
- The forecasters are split between light rain and dryish gloom for tomorrow afternoon but come together again on the longer-term prospects.
- Generally, fondue is served with dryish bread cubes, skewered and then dipped into the cheese mixture.
Old English drȳge (adjective), drȳgan (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Middle Low German dröge, Dutch droog, and German trocken.
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