Sinónimos de dry en inglés:

dry


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adjetivo

1‘the dry desert lay behind’

SINÓNIMOS
arid, parched, scorched, baked, burned, dried out, dried up, torrid, hot, sizzling, burning
waterless, moistureless, rainless
dehydrated, desiccated
thirsty
as dry as a bone, bone dry, as dry as dust
marginal droughty, torrefied
ANTÓNIMOS

wet

2‘the crackle of dry leaves’

SINÓNIMOS
parched, dried, withered, shrivelled, wilted, wizened
crisp, crispy, brittle
dehydrated, desiccated, sun-baked
sapless, juiceless
ANTÓNIMOS

fresh

3‘the hamburgers were dry’

SINÓNIMOS
hard, hardened, dried out, stale, old, past its best, past its sell-by date, off
ANTÓNIMOS

fresh, moist

4‘the river is dry’

SINÓNIMOS
waterless, dried out, empty

5‘I brought a few beers in case you got dry’

SINÓNIMOS
thirsty, dehydrated, longing for a drink
coloquial parched, gasping

6‘it was dry work’

SINÓNIMOS
thirst-making, thirst-provoking, thirsty, hot, strenuous, arduous, heavy, tiring, exhausting

7‘a piece of dry toast’

SINÓNIMOS
unbuttered, plain, butterless

8‘the story brings the dry facts to life’

SINÓNIMOS
bare, simple, basic, fundamental, stark, naked, bald, cold, hard, straightforward
unadorned, unembellished
ANTÓNIMOS

embellished

9‘a dry debate on science policy’

SINÓNIMOS
dull, uninteresting, boring, unexciting, tedious, tiresome, wearisome, dreary, monotonous, dry as dust, arid
unimaginative, sterile, flat, bland, insipid, lacklustre, stodgy, colourless, lifeless, prosaic, run-of-the-mill, humdrum, mundane, commonplace, workaday, quotidian, routine, vapid
stiff, leaden, wooden
coloquial deadly
Britanico coloquial samey
Scottish coloquial dreich
ANTÓNIMOS

interesting, lively

10‘he's got a dry sense of humour’

SINÓNIMOS
wry, subtle, low-key, laconic, sly, sharp
deadpan, straight-faced, poker-faced
ironic, sardonic, sarcastic, cynical, mordant, biting
satirical, mocking, scoffing, droll, waggish
Britanico coloquial sarky

11‘he was nonplussed by this dry response to his cordial advance’

SINÓNIMOS
unemotional, indifferent, undemonstrative, impassive, cool, cold, clinical, passionless, emotionless
aloof, reserved, remote, distant, restrained, impersonal, formal, stiff, rigid, wooden, starchy
ANTÓNIMOS

emotional, expressive

12‘sorry, this is a dry state’

SINÓNIMOS
Prohibitionist
teetotal, alcohol-free, non-drinking, abstinent
clean, sober
coloquial on the wagon, straight

13‘dry white wine’

SINÓNIMOS
crisp, sharp, piquant, not sweet, tart, bitter
ANTÓNIMOS

sweet

14‘they deliberately selected dry candidates’

SINÓNIMOS
monetarist
arch-conservative, right-wing, reactionary
supply-side
coloquial true-blue
ANTÓNIMOS

wet, left-wing


verbo

1‘the hot sun had dried the ground again’

SINÓNIMOS
make dry, dry out, dry up, parch, scorch, sear, bake
dehydrate, desiccate, dehumidify
ANTÓNIMOS

moisten

2‘dry the leaves and break them into small pieces’

SINÓNIMOS
dry up, dehydrate, desiccate
wither, shrivel, wilt, wizen, mummify
ANTÓNIMOS

moisten

3‘I saw you drying your hair’

SINÓNIMOS
dry off, towel, towel-dry, rub
mop up, blot up, soak up, absorb, sop up, clean up
drain

4‘she dried her eyes’

SINÓNIMOS
wipe, wipe tears from, rub, dab

5‘there are various methods of drying meat’

SINÓNIMOS
desiccate, dehydrate, remove the moisture from
preserve, cure, smoke

nombre

1‘on economic policy he is a dry’

SINÓNIMOS
monetarist
arch-conservative, right-winger, reactionary
supply-sider
ANTÓNIMOS

wet, left-winger


Phrases

    dry out

    ‘he has spent periods drying out in a clinic’


    SINÓNIMOS
    give up drinking, give up alcohol, become teetotal, overcome alcoholism, take the pledge
    coloquial go on the wagon
    dry up

    1‘then he dried up, and Phil couldn't get another word out of him’


    SINÓNIMOS
    stop speaking, stop talking, fall silent, say no more, shut up
    forget one's lines, forget one's words
    coloquial put a sock in it
    Britanico coloquial belt up

    2‘foreign investment may dry up’


    SINÓNIMOS
    dwindle, wane, disappear, fail, vanish, subside, peter out, fade, fade away, die away, die off, die out, taper off, trail away, trail off, ebb, melt away, evaporate, come to nothing, come to a an end, come to a halt end, run out, give out
    become unproductive, grow barren, grow sterile, cease to yield
    ANTÓNIMOS

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