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moja un poco el trapo exp.
dampen the cloth

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he went out to get {o} for some fresh air
exp.
turn down/up the television a little
exp.
to burst out laughing
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to burst into tears
(MODISMOS)
exp.
can you wind the window up a bit?
exp.
a bit
exp.
wait a minute {o} moment
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moja

  
**      sf   (=puñalada)   stab, thrust  
(=herida)  
stab wound
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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mojar, monja, mojado, mojada

"moja un poco el trapo": examples and translations in context
Simplemente moja un trapo y frota. You just wet a rag and rub.
Moja el trapo y sostenlo sobre su cabeza. Keep wetting the rag and hold it to his head.
Moja un trapo con algo mezclado con gasolina y ¡boom! So, say l would take a swig, and then have three or four martinis. davis:
Moja un pañuelo con agua tibia. Dip a cloth in warm water.
Se prepara untando mostaza francesa Dijon sobre un pan que se moja un poco en los jugos de la carne. The bread is spread with Dijon mustard and lightly dipped in meat juice.
Cuidado con el trapo, sapo. [Imitates engine] Watch the cloth, moth.
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