dried meaning

Pronunciation:   "dried" in a sentence
  • Adjective: dried  drId
    1. Not still wet
      "the ink has dried"; "a face marked with dried tears" 
    2. Preserved by removing natural moisture
      "dried beef"; "dried fruit"
      - dehydrated, desiccated
    Verb: dry  drI
    1. Remove the moisture from and make dry
      "dry clothes"; "dry hair"
      - dry out 
    2. Become dry or drier
      "The laundry dries in the sun"
      - dry out

    See also: drier, dry, preserved

    Type of: alter, change, modify

    Antonym: wet

    Encyclopedia: Dried

    Dry Dry, Loiret

  • [Medicine]
    past and past part of DRY


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  1. the style and stigma have dried out.
  2. the mountain fell down and the river dried up.
  3. the dried vegetation is ashed.
  4. this kind of silk clothing should be dried in the shade.
  5. the straw mattress needs to be dried.

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