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dank
American English: /dæŋk/
British English: /daŋk/

Translation of dank in Spanish:

adjective

  • (cave/air)
    frío y húmedo
    Example sentences
    • It was dark and dank and, especially late at night, dangerous.
    • The selling agent admits she hasn't even set foot in the dark, dank basement, and the rest of the accommodation is almost as gloomy.
    • At the bottom of the hill, there is a dark, dank train station in a cutting.

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