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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.
a little
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moja

  
**      sf   (=puñalada)   stab, thrust  
(=herida)  
stab wound
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

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 pañuelo con agua tibia. Dip a cloth in warm water.
El trapo absorbió la tinta que había derramado. The cloth absorbed the ink I had spilled.
Destapa antes de que la masa llegue a tocar el trapo. Uncover before the dough reaches the cloth.
El trapo y tú sois un símbolo. Man, you and that towel are representing'.
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