soppy

soppy
{'sɔpi}
1. мокър, подгизнал, вир-вода
2. дъждовен
3. рaзг. отпуснат, блудкаво сантиментален
4. глупав
SOPPY on гламаво влюбен
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{'sъpi} a 1. мокър, подгизнал; вир-вода; 2. дъждовен; З. рaзг.
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a сантиментален;soppy; a 1. мокър, подгизнал; вир-вода; 2. дъждовен; З. рaзг. отпуснат; блудкаво
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1. soppy on гламаво влюбен 2. глупав 3. дъждовен 4. мокър, подгизнал, вир-вода 5. рaзг. отпуснат, блудкаво сантиментален
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soppy[´sɔpi] adj 1. мокър; подгизнал; дъждовен (за време); 2. разг. отпуснат, сантиментален; 3. глупав; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv soppily.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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  • soppy — adjective (soppier; est) Date: 1631 1. sentimental, mawkish 2. a. soaked through ; saturated b. very wet • soppiness noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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