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damp

Definitions by Oxford


[damp], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- slightly wet
(e.g: her hair was still damp from the shower)


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Origin:
Middle English (in the noun sense ‘noxious inhalation’): of West Germanic origin; related to a Middle Low German word meaning ‘vapour, steam, smoke’


[damp], (Noun)

Definitions:
- moisture diffused through the air or a solid substance or condensed on a surface, typically with detrimental or unpleasant effects
(e.g: the house reeked of mould and damp)

- a discouragement or check
(e.g: shame gave a damp to her triumph)


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[damp], (Verb)

Definitions:
- make (something) slightly wet
(e.g: damp a small area with water)

- make a fire burn less strongly by reducing the flow of air to it
(e.g: he damped down the fire for the night)

- reduce or stop the vibration of (the strings of a piano or other musical instrument) so as to reduce the volume of sound
(e.g: the muted notes should be produced by damping the strings at the seventh position)


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