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wet (WET) (adjective)
1. Covered or soaked with water or another liquid; not dry: "Carol just washed her hair so it is quite wet."
2. Having a lot of rain: "It has been a cold, windy, and wet morning."
wet (WET) (verb)
To cover with liquid, to urinate: "The baby wet his diaper and so he needed to be changed."
whet (HWET, WET) (verb)
To make something; such as, a person's appetite or curiosity sharper or stronger: "Rick, did you know that you whet Paula's curiosity as you got closer to the climax of the story?"

"The butcher started to whet his knife in order to cut the fresh meat."

The hot weather will whet Edna's thirst for a cool, wet drink.

Units related to: “wet
(Latin: moist, moisture, wet, damp)
(Greek: moist, moisture, wet, damp)
(Greek: noteros, moist, moisture, damp, dampness, wet)
(Greek: urine [water, rain, wet])
Word Entries at Get Words containing the term: “wet
wet room
A wet room, otherwise known as a walk in shower room, is a fully watertight room that has no separate area for the shower; instead the shower head sprays directly on to the floor inside the room.
This entry is located in the following unit: Interior Design (page 2)
wet shelf life
The period of time that a charged battery, when filled with electrolyte, can remain unused before dropping below a specified level of performance.
This entry is located in the following unit: Photovoltaic Conversion Efficiency Terms + (page 24)
wet weight
The weight of an organism, or sample, that still retains its natural internal water content.
This entry is located in the following unit: Ocean and Deep Sea Terms (page 6)