present third singular of dry
plural of dry

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/druyz/, n.
a pl. of dry.

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dries «dryz», verb, noun.
–v.t., v.i.
the third person, present tense of dry: »

Dad dries the dishes.

a plural of dry.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • dries — dries; sun·dries; sun·dries·man; …   English syllables

  • Dries — m Low German and Dutch short form of ANDRIES (SEE Andries) …   First names dictionary

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  • dries — /druyz/, n. a pl. of dry. * * * …   Universalium

  • Dries — This ancient surname recorded world wide in over two hundred and fifty spellings, and including as examples Andre, Aindrias, Andrew, Anders, Jendrusch, Vondrak, Dandy, Andriol, Andretti, Ondracek, Vondraeck, Andress, Jedrzejewicz, and Andriuis,… …   Surnames reference

  • Dries — niederdeutsche, niederländische Kurzform von → Andreas (Bedeutung: der Tapfere) …   Deutsch namen

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  • dries — draɪ v. wipe dry, make dry; become dry adj. not wet; thirsty; lacking rain; withered, parched; not giving milk (of animals); not near water; not sweet (of wine); against alcohol or the sale of alcohol (in the USA during prohibition) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dries — 1) sired 2) rides …   Anagrams dictionary

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