Translation of bone-dry in Spanish:

bone-dry

completamente seco, adj.

Pronunciation: //

adjective

predbone dry

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    completamente seco
    • ‘Through winter we try and keep the citrus plants dry, without being bone dry, since they aren't growing,’ says Russell.
    • There was a lot of rain in the area early last week but the fairways were absolutely bone dry by the week-end.
    • To toast, place the spice mix in a bone dry frying pan and heat it until warm and you can smell the fragrance.
    • The Beale sandhills would be an ideal location for a golf course as the landscape is ideal and it would be bone dry all year round.
    • I got up, turned on the humidifier - it's been bone dry for weeks, but the sound is soothing - and sure enough I fell asleep.
    • Riesling is one of the most malleable and versatile grapes, producing wine that runs the spectrum from bone dry to lusciously sweet.
    • Everything was bone dry, and the cedar breaks below the escarpment held not a single robin, waxwing, solitaire, or bluebird.
    • Apparently Gallerus sportsfield is bone dry all the year round.
    • The road was now bone dry and we lost visibility totally behind dust clouds whenever a vehicle passed.
    • She says the tank - which had been full hours earlier with enough fuel to keep the company's nine wagons on the road for a month - was absolutely bone dry.
    • I drove around the flower beds on the eastern side of the complex, but they were all bone dry.
    • Australia's long hot summer shows no sign of easing up, with soaring temperatures and bone dry conditions sparking bushfires across the country.
    • At one point it was pouring with rain on one side of the bus, and bone dry on the other.
    • A barrel for water was found in the field, but was bone dry, added Mr Orsborn.
    • For two weeks we had a black frost day and night with a strong east wind and then on February 2nd, when everywhere was bone dry at 3pm, the snow started to fall.
    • Our area is bone dry, and rain is desperately needed.
    • Despite the incessant rain that fell in the build up to the game the pitch was bone dry and it allowed both sets of players to play good football.
    • Farmers are drilling seed wheat into soil that six months ago was bone dry.
    • When water is the new currency and the US is bone dry, the Canadians will be the players and decisionmakers.
    • Occasionally, when I have travelled into York when there has been a frost, the roads have been bone dry with no white frost nor ice on the road.