- [surface/climate/soil] húmedo; [cake] no seco to be moist
withsth estar* húmedo dealgo her eyes were moist with tears tenía los ojos húmedos (de lágrimas), tenía los ojos llorososMore example sentences
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- A dry, crumbly or even slightly cloddy surface with moist, fine soil at seeding depth gives the crop a good head start over the weeds.
- In late May, the young plants should be hardened off in a cold frame for a few days before planting in a sunny spot and a fertile, moist but well-drained soil.
- Potatoes are smothered in onions and garlic and the whole thing is slightly moist, yet oven-browned.
- Both leaf floras and paleoclimatic models imply that the Potomac Group climate was moist and subtropical.
- For example, a hot, moist climate might produce leaf form similar to a cooler, dry climate because heat exacerbates water stress.
- How does one grow regionally adapted beans for moist climates?
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