sopping


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sop·ping

 (sŏp′ĭng)
adj.
Thoroughly soaked; drenched.
adv.
Extremely; very: sopping wet.
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sopping

(ˈsɒpɪŋ)
adj
completely soaked; wet through. Also: sopping wet
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sop•ping

(ˈsɒp ɪŋ)

adj.
soaked; drenched.
[1525–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.sopping - extremely wet; "dripping wet"; "soaking wet"
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sopping

adjective
Covered with or full of liquid:
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Translations

sopping

[ˈsɒpɪŋ] ADJ it's sopping (wet)está empapado
he was sopping wetestaba hecho una sopa, estaba calado or empapado hasta los huesos
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sopping

[ˈsɒpɪŋ] adj (also sopping wet) → tout(e) trempé(e)
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sopping

adj (also sopping wet)durchnässt, triefend; personklitschnass
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sopping

[ˈsɒpɪŋ] adj (also sopping wet) → bagnato/a fradicio/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
Trail, trail, went her long dress over the sopping grass, and she came back with her hands full of the hay that was cut yesterday--I suppose for rabbits or something, as she kept on smelling it.
Next door was the kitchen, where they were washing up; white cooks were dipping their arms into cauldrons, while the waiters made their meal voraciously off broken meats, sopping up the gravy with bits of crumb.
By now the water in the cabin was up to the bunks, and the bed- clothes were sopping. It was a foot deep on the cockpit floor.