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Definition of 'soggy'

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This is a pattern all too familiar from other soggy summers in recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their owners will be scoffing a soggy sandwich before hitting the road to the next meeting. The Sun (2016)Not a soggy chip or greasy burger in sight. The Sun (2012)The house duck here was grey and soggy with fat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There is a piece of soggy tissue stuck to the bottom of my shoe. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To stop your biscuits going soft and soggy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The soggy summer should have ensured the wide runners enjoy a bit of an edge. The Sun (2012)The crispy seaweed goes all soggy in the soup. The Sun (2013)The balmy weather may go some way to making up for the soggy summer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Leave to soak so they go a little soggy. The Sun (2014)But does the wet May this year mean that we are heading for a soggy summer? Times, Sunday Times (2006)I came expecting a smorgasbord of seafood and found only soggy haddock and chips. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The aircraft barged through a perimeter hedge, crossed a road and ended up in a soggy turnip field. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is your pastry always soggy? Times, Sunday Times (2010)An area of soggy, muddy turf around three metres from the stumps at one end caused the game to be called off. The Sun (2009)But down came the rain, and by the next morning when she looked out of her window the heart was a soggy mess. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But it was soggy and wet, which it can't be meant to be. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Well, a bit of a soggy mess, to be honest. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Overall, then, one can speak of a soggy centrist mess with the right ahead on points. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The 12 wheels on the two main landing gears slammed into the soggy turf about 40 yards beyond the fence. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Our man didn't enjoy the greasy lamb hotpot with soggy chips and baked beans, the beans being so salty they made his mouth tingle. The Sun (2014)

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Translations for 'soggy'

British English: soggy /ˈsɒɡɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is soggy is unpleasantly wet.
...soggy bread.
  • American English: soggy
  • Arabic: مُبَلَل
  • Brazilian Portuguese: encharcado
  • Chinese: 浸水的
  • Croatian: mokar
  • Czech: rozmoklý
  • Danish: gennemvåd
  • Dutch: doorweekt
  • European Spanish: empapado
  • Finnish: märkä
  • French: détrempé
  • German: durchnässt
  • Greek: μουσκεμένος
  • Italian: zuppo
  • Japanese: ずぶぬれの
  • Korean: 함빡 젖은
  • Norwegian: vasstrukken
  • Polish: rozmokły
  • European Portuguese: encharcado
  • Romanian: înmuiat
  • Russian: влажный
  • Spanish: empapado
  • Swedish: blöt
  • Thai: เปียกโชก
  • Turkish: ıslak
  • Ukrainian: вогкий
  • Vietnamese: sũng nước

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