Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

drėgna in English:

1. humid


It is less humid today than it was yesterday.
They are used to the humid climate of the summer.
He complained about the room being too hot and humid.
It's been hot and humid.
Warm and humid weather increases the number of crimes.
Hot and humid weather makes us lazy.
Winds from the sea are humid.
It’s hot and there’s a lot of moisture in the air. It feels humid.
It was hot, and in addition, it was humid.
A humid climate is characteristic of the peninsula.
It is difficult to live in humid climates.
It's humid. (a bit wet but not rainig)
It’s very humid today, there’s no air at all.
The humid climate wasn't good for Roger's health so they had to move back to England from Florida.
Sitting on the floor; slowly breathing the hot and humid air; I see a thermometer near where the eggs are cooked.

English word "drėgna"(humid) occurs in sets:

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