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DAB British & World English

Digital audio broadcasting

dab1 British & World English

Press against (something) lightly several times with a piece of absorbent material in order to clean or dry it or to apply a substance

dab2 British & World English

A small, commercially important flatfish found chiefly in the North Atlantic

sand dab British & World English

A small flatfish which is found in the Pacific coastal waters of America

dab hand British & World English

A person who is an expert at a particular activity

smack dab British & World English

Exactly; precisely

DAB New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

digital audio broadcasting

dab English Thesaurus

he dabbed his mouth with a napkin

dab English-Spanish

she dabbed the child's eyes with her handkerchief

dab hand English Thesaurus

he's a dab hand at rustling up a sandwich

dab hand English-Spanish

to be a dab hand at sth

to dab at sth English-Spanish

dar* toquecitos

a dab of mustard in dab English-Spanish

un poquito de mostaza

dab antiseptic on the cut in dab English-Spanish

dese unos toques de antiséptico en la herida

dab a bit of glue on it in dab English-Spanish

ponle una gotita de pegamento

to be a dab hand at sth in dab hand English-Spanish

tener* (buena) mano para algo, ser* un manitas para algo

dab the stain with a damp cloth in dab English-Spanish

frote suavemente la mancha con un trapo húmedo

dab the stain off with a wet sponge in dab English-Spanish

quite la mancha dándole ligeros toques con una esponja mojada

he gave his tie a dab with a damp cloth in dab English-Spanish

se frotó un poco la corbata con un trapo húmedo