Detailed Translations for wet from English to Spanish


to wet verb (wets, wetted, wetting)

  1. to wet (squirt water upon; water)
  2. to wet (moisten; dampen)
  3. to wet (water; sprinkle)
    regar; rociar; irrigar
  4. to wet (dab; moisten)

Conjugations for wet:

  1. wet
  2. wet
  3. wets
  4. wet
  5. wet
  6. wet
simple past
  1. wetted
  2. wetted
  3. wetted
  4. wetted
  5. wetted
  6. wetted
present perfect
  1. have wetted
  2. have wetted
  3. has wetted
  4. have wetted
  5. have wetted
  6. have wetted
past continuous
  1. was wetting
  2. were wetting
  3. was wetting
  4. were wetting
  5. were wetting
  6. were wetting
  1. shall wet
  2. will wet
  3. will wet
  4. shall wet
  5. will wet
  6. will wet
continuous present
  1. am wetting
  2. are wetting
  3. is wetting
  4. are wetting
  5. are wetting
  6. are wetting
  1. be wetted
  2. be wetted
  3. be wetted
  4. be wetted
  5. be wetted
  6. be wetted
  1. wet!
  2. let's wet!
  3. wetted
  4. wetting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

wet [the ~] noun

  1. the wet (schlemiel; dolt; drip)
    el pelón; el desgraciado; el pelagatos
  2. the wet (wet blanket; moper)
    el pesado

Translation Matrix for wet:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
desgraciado dolt; drip; schlemiel; wet asshole; bastard; boor; bungler; child born out of wedlock; churl; clumsy fellow; creep; duffer; hulk; ill-mannered brute; illegitimate child; louse; lout; monstrosity; nasty piece of work; ogre; pain in the ass; pain in the neck; poor devil; poor sod; poor soul; poor thing; prole; rotter; scoundrel; slob; swine; ugly fellow; unfortunate; villain; wretch; wretched fellow
humedecer bathing; dabbing
líquido dampness; fluid; humidity; juice; liquid; moistness; moisture; wetness
pelagatos dolt; drip; schlemiel; wet poor devils; suckers; unlucky persons
pelón dolt; drip; schlemiel; wet baldhead; baldpate; baldy; suckers; unlucky persons
pesado moper; wet; wet blanket asshole; bore; creep; duffer; handful; mope; moper; nasty piece of work; nuisance; pain in the ass; pain in the neck; pest; rotter; scoundrel; troublemaker; wretch; wretched fellow
- moisture
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
humectar squirt water upon; water; wet
humedecer dampen; moisten; squirt water upon; water; wet
irrigar sprinkle; water; wet irrigate; water
mojar dampen; moisten; squirt water upon; water; wet baptise; baptize; christen; name
mojar ligeramente dab; moisten; wet
regar sprinkle; squirt water upon; water; wet irrigate; pour; spray; sprinkle; squirt; water
rociar sprinkle; water; wet spray; sprinkle; squirt; strew
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- lactating
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
desgraciado appalling; crying shame; crying to heaven; disabled; disastrous; disgraceful; disgusting; dismal; fatal; frugal; handicapped; inadequate; insufficient; outrageous; pitiful; pityful; plaintive; rank; regretful; sad; scandalous; shocking; sorrowful; sorry; unfortunate; unsatisfactory; woeful; wretched
empañado damp; liquid; moist; wet; wettish
húmedo damp; liquid; moist; wet; wettish chilli; chilly; clammy; cold; cold and damp
lluvioso damp; liquid; moist; rainy; wet; wettish bald; cunning; icy; immoral; lack of moral; mopish; obscene; rainy; showery; sleek; slippery; slithery; smooth; smoothly
líquido damp; liquid; moist; wet; wettish fluid; liquid
mojado damp; liquid; moist; wet; wettish
pesado aggravating; annoying; boring; burdensome; chubby; complaining; corny; dawdling; deadly dull; drab; dragging; dreadful; dreary; driven; drooping; dull; energetic; exasperating; filling; formidable; heavy; inactive; incriminating; indolent; inert; irritating; lamenting; languid; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; mighty; obese; oppressing; oppressive; passive; plaintive; plump; powerful; rich; shuffling; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; squat; stout; tardy; tiresome; tough; tremendous; tricky; wailing; woeful; wretched

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Related Definitions for "wet":

  1. consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor1
    • a wet cargo1
    • a wet canteen1
  2. covered or soaked with a liquid such as water1
    • a wet bathing suit1
    • wet sidewalks1
    • wet weather1
  3. producing or secreting milk1
    • a wet nurse1
    • a wet cow1
  4. supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages1
    • a wet candidate running on a wet platform1
    • a wet county1
  5. containing moisture or volatile components1
    • wet paint1
  6. wetness caused by water1
    • drops of wet gleamed on the window1
  7. make one's bed or clothes wet by urinating1
    • This eight year old boy still wets his bed1
  8. cause to become wet1

Wiktionary Translations for wet:

  1. of an object: covered with or impregnated with liquid
  1. urinate accidentally in or on

Cross Translation:
wet mojado nat — gedrenkt in een vloeistof, meestal water
wet mojado; empapado nass — mit anhaftender Flüssigkeit, mit Flüssigkeit durchsetzt, von Flüssigkeit bedeckt
wet mojado mouillé — Se dit du vin, du lait, ou d’une autre substance qui a été additionnée d’eau, en général frauduleusement.

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