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watery
British English: /ˈwɔːt(ə)ri/
American English: /ˈwɔdəri/
, /ˈwɑdəri/

Translation of watery in French:

adjective

  • 1 (too dilute)
    (coffee)
    trop léger/-ère
    (consistency, paint, sauce)
  • 2 (insipid)
    (colour, moon, sun, smile)
  • 3 (full of tears)
    (eye)
    plein de larmes
  • 4 (secreting liquid)
    (eye)
    qui pleure
    (wound)
    qui suinte
  • 5 (badly drained)
    (vegetables)
    mal égoutté

Idioms

he/the Titanic is lying in a watery grave

il/le Titanic gît au fond des mers

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