not wet; free from moisture; not raining
not supplying water; thirsty; causing thirst
(of a country or region) where it is illegal to buy or sell alcoholic drink
uninteresting; dull; expressed seriously or undemonstratively
become or cause to become dry
"a dry climate"
"dry splintery boards"
"a dry river bed"
"the paint is dry"
"an ironic remark often conveys an intended meaning obliquely"
"an ironic novel"
"an ironical smile"
"with a wry Scottish wit"
"the dry vote led by preachers and bootleggers"
"a dry state"
"a dry cow"
"a dry white burgundy"
"a dry Bordeaux"
"a dry cough"
"that rare thing in the wintertime; a small child with a dry nose"
"with dry eyes"
"a dry book"
"a dry lecture filled with trivial details"
"dull and juiceless as only book knowledge can be when it is unrelated to...life"
"a dry run"
"a mind dry of new ideas"
"rattled off the facts in a dry mechanical manner"
"a very dry martini is almost straight gin"
"a dry greeting"
"a dry reading of the lines"
"a dry critique"
"he's been dry for ten years"
"no thank you; I happen to be teetotal"
"The laundry dries in the sun"
You had no dry clothes to replace wet ones.
出自： N. Gordimer
With this dry wind the wheat seed..could not sprout.
出自： P. S. Buck
She dries her eyes and regains her composure.
出自： E. O
Make a fire in the kitchen and dry your things.
出自： E. Hemingway
Your clothes should have dried off by this time.
你的衣服此时应该干透了。 dry sb/oneself/sth ⇔ off
She dried herself off with a thick towel.
This high wind will dry the ground off.
Dry yourself off thoroughly after your swim, or you might catch cold.
We waited for our wet clothes to dry out.
Don't leave that bread on the table, it will dry out.
You should let that wood dry out before you use it for anything.
Will this flooded ground ever dry out?
这块洪水淹过的地还会干吗? dry sth ⇔ out
She hung up her wet clothes in order to dry them out.
The flood subsided and the hot sun dried out the wooden buildings.
洪水退后,烈日把木屋都晒干了。 dry out
It's not easy for him to dry out since he has a lot of drug-addict friends.
他的毒瘾不易戒掉,因为他的很多朋友都是吸毒鬼。 dry sb out
Will the doctors be able to dry the actor out in time for his next film?
To dry him out is the only way to make him healthy.
The streams dried up in spring
The river in front of my house dried up last summer.
The dry spell lasted so long that nearly all the streams and ponds in the area dried up.
The reservoir dried up during the four-month drought.
The sports-field has now dried up. Let's go and do some running.
Seas may dry up, stones wear away, but my heart will never change.
海可枯,石可烂,我的心永不变。 dry sth ⇔ up
The long drought dried up all the wells.
The sun came out and dried up the streets.
太阳出来把马路晒干了。 dry up
We have no milk to sell; the cows have dried up.
Will his powers of invention ever dry up?
My imagination has not dried up yet.
In middle age his inspiration dried up.
After his third novel, his imagination seemed to dry up.
Your savings will soon dry up if you spend your money like that.
像那样花钱的话,你的积蓄会很快用光的。 dry up
I'll wash the dishes if you'll dry up for me.
如果你来擦碟的话,我就洗这些碟子。 dry sth ⇔ up
Dry up the dishes!
把碟子擦干! dry up
Oh, dry up!
Dry up! Don't say any more!
I wish the conversation will dry up.
Can't you dry up?I'm tired of hearing such nonsense.
Now I'm going to dry up and let someone else have his say.
“Dry up!” he said angrily to me.
他气愤地对我说:“不要说啦!” dry sb up
A funny answer might dry her up for a short time.
一个滑稽可笑的回答会使她短时间内说不下去。 dry up
When I got on the stage I just dried up.
The actor dried up in the middle of his speech.
She paused, and John feared that she was about to dry up.
她停住了,约翰担心她说不下去了。 dry up
The Senator's influence dried up when he was voted out of office.