Translation of damp in Spanish:
adjective damper, dampest
- (air/clothing/house)there are damp patches on the ceiling
húmedohay manchas de humedad en el techothe house smells dampla casa huele a humedadExample sentences
- With her back on the slightly damp grass, Selina watched the scattered clouds float by.
- An hour later, the slightly damp crew boarded the buses for the final leg home.
- Her hair was slightly damp from the long hours of tears and her tired, blue eyes were puffy.
- 1 1.1 (check)(vibration)
- Asian multilateralism will be critical not just for coordinating the region's booming economies, but also for damping down the nationalist passions lurking beneath the surface of every Asian country.
- Polley is unshowy and controlled in the star part, damping down her intelligence, beauty and almost all of her emotion for the role.
- Sometimes you have to go through several oscillations before you can damp out the yaw.
- If the oscillations are not damped out, they could break the fragile lines of other suspended weights and become amplified.
- A little while ago he sent me a proposed solution by email, a method of moving the cup while you walk that should serve to damp the oscillations.
- Fire crews stayed until nearly 5am damping the building down.
- Although I wasn't on duty for the fire, I was there in the evening damping it down.
- He said it took the two crews ten minutes to fight the fire with foam and ten minutes to damp the car down with water.
- 2 (moisten)Example sentences
- When they were dry they were damped and rolled for the dampness to spread evenly before they were ironed with an iron heated and reheated on the stove.
- The tooling was done by damping the surface of the tanned leather and pressing or sometimes stamping the design in with a fairly sharp metal, bone or wooden tool.
- Alternatively, damp a cloth with kerosene oil and carefully wipe the insects off with it.
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