There are 3 translations of wet in Spanish:

wet1

Pronunciation: /wet/

adj (-tt-)

  • 1 1.1 (moist) [floor/grass/hair/clothes] mojado; (damp) húmedo; [concrete/plaster] blando your clothes are wet through tienes la ropa empapada you are wet through estás calado hasta los huesos, estás empapado wet paint pintura fresca or recién pintado or (Esp tb) ojo, pinta wet with sth mojado de algo her shirt was wet with sweat tenía la camisa mojada de sudor her eyes were wet with tears tenía los ojos llenos de lágrimas to get wet mojarse you'll get wet te vas a mojar he got his feet wet se mojó los pies don't let your camera get wet que no se te moje la cámara to be all wet (AmE) [colloquial/familiar] estar* totalmente equivocado 1.2 (rainy) [weather/day/spring] lluvioso it's too wet to go out llueve demasiado como para salir it's been very wet ha llovido mucho
  • 2 (allowing sale of alcohol) (AmE) [colloquial/familiar], no prohibicionista

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Word of the day órbita
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The LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación) is a Spanish reform of 2006 which established four stages of pre-university education: non-compulsory educación infantil, from birth to six years; compulsory primary education, Primaria, from six to twelve; compulsory secondary education, ESO - Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, from twelve to sixteen; and either two years of Bachillerato, leading to university entrance, or two years of Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Medio, vocational training that can lead to Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Superior. The LOE superseded the LOGSE Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo of 1990. The major change was a reduction in humanities subjects in the curriculum, while citizenship classes Educación para la Ciudadanía were introduced. The latter have been controversial in some quarters.

There are 3 translations of wet in Spanish:

wet2

vt (pres p wetting past & past p, wet or , wetted)

  • mojar; (dampen) humedecer* to wet one's lips mojarse/humedecerse* los labios to wet the bed mojar la cama, hacerse* pipí or pis en la cama to wet oneself orinarse, hacerse* pipí or pis (encima) [familiar/colloquial], mearse [fam o vulg] I nearly wet myself laughing [colloquial/familiar] casi me meo de la risa [fam o vulg]

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Word of the day órbita
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The LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación) is a Spanish reform of 2006 which established four stages of pre-university education: non-compulsory educación infantil, from birth to six years; compulsory primary education, Primaria, from six to twelve; compulsory secondary education, ESO - Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, from twelve to sixteen; and either two years of Bachillerato, leading to university entrance, or two years of Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Medio, vocational training that can lead to Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Superior. The LOE superseded the LOGSE Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo of 1990. The major change was a reduction in humanities subjects in the curriculum, while citizenship classes Educación para la Ciudadanía were introduced. The latter have been controversial in some quarters.

There are 3 translations of wet in Spanish:

wet3

n

  • 1 1.1 (wetness) (no pl) there was a patch of wet on the mattress el colchón estaba mojado 1.2 (rain) [colloquial/familiar] come in out of the wet entra, no te quedes ahí bajo la lluvia
  • 2 c (ineffectual person) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], timorato, -ta (m,f) a Tory wet (in (UK) ) un conservador moderado

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The LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación) is a Spanish reform of 2006 which established four stages of pre-university education: non-compulsory educación infantil, from birth to six years; compulsory primary education, Primaria, from six to twelve; compulsory secondary education, ESO - Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, from twelve to sixteen; and either two years of Bachillerato, leading to university entrance, or two years of Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Medio, vocational training that can lead to Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Superior. The LOE superseded the LOGSE Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo of 1990. The major change was a reduction in humanities subjects in the curriculum, while citizenship classes Educación para la Ciudadanía were introduced. The latter have been controversial in some quarters.