Definition of 'thirsty'
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Go outside and empty it on your thirsty plants instead. The Sun (2012)Drinking at your spring is the best way to keep from getting thirsty. Christianity Today (2000)And all that flying between flowers is thirsty work. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But figs are hungry and thirsty plants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This simply means have a drink when you feel the need and stop once you no longer feel thirsty. The Sun (2012)No wonder he gets so thirsty. The Sun (2015)Fighting a war is thirsty work. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Both were extremely hungry and thirsty. The Sun (2011)Patients went hungry and thirsty and without medication and there was a lot of awful bullying of patients and relatives going on. The Sun (2010)Shopping can be hungry, thirsty work. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Ginger lilies, relatives of rhubarb and false rhubarb are all very thirsty plants. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Second, avoid getting too hungry or thirsty. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I began to feel thirsty and needed the loo. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This documentary follows the phenomena, as all manner of thirsty animals flock to the reborn area for a drink. The Sun (2012)It didn't help that scores of punters made thirsty work for themselves by turning up dressed as their favourite superheroes. The Sun (2013)And if they get thirsty? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Are you feeling thirsty yet? Times, Sunday Times (2015)BEING a banker is thirsty work. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Harris did not feel thirsty, either, and followed suit. Three Men in a Boat (1889)
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Translations for 'thirsty'
British English: thirsty /ˈθɜːstɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you are thirsty, you feel a need to drink something.
Drink whenever you feel thirsty.
- American English: thirsty
- Arabic: ظَمْآن
- Brazilian Portuguese: com sede
- Chinese: 渴的
- Croatian: žedan
- Czech: žíznivý
- Danish: tørstig
- Dutch: dorstig
- European Spanish: sediento
- Finnish: janoinen
- French: assoiffé
- German: durstig
- Greek: διψασμένος
- Italian: assetato
- Japanese: のどが渇いた
- Korean: 목마른
- Norwegian: tørst
- Polish: spragniony
- European Portuguese: com sede
- Romanian: însetat
- Russian: испытывающий жажду
- Spanish: sediento
- Swedish: törstig
- Thai: ที่กระหายน้ำ
- Turkish: susuz
- Ukrainian: спраглий
- Vietnamese: khát
Definition of thirsty from the Collins English Dictionary
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