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damp

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1damp/ˈdæmp/adjective
damperdampest
1damp
/ˈdæmp/
adjective
damperdampest
Learner's definition of DAMP  
[also more damp; most damp]
: somewhat or slightly wet
Synonyms see: moist

damp squib

— see squib

— dampness

noun,[noncount]
2damp/ˈdæmp/noun
2damp
/ˈdæmp/
noun
Learner's definition of DAMP  
[noncount]
: slight wetness in the air
3damp/ˈdæmp/verb
dampsdampeddamping
3damp
/ˈdæmp/
verb
dampsdampeddamping
Learner's definition of DAMP  
[+ object]
: to make (something) somewhat or slightly wet : dampen
: to make (something) less strong or active
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