Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Moisture"

The meaning of "Moisture" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What is "moisture" ? I feel it's like "rot" in French... mean?
A: Moisture means the amount of water in or around a given object.

Lotion raises the moisture level of your skin.
Ferns need a lot of moisture in the air.

Rot is when something is decaying. It’s only usually caused by too much moisture because of the bacteria in it.
Q: What does the unfathomable moisture mean?
A: In this context, it sounds like it means: “The amount of moisture is so much it’s hard to comprehend.” Or “You can’t put into words how much moisture there is.”
Q: What does moisture mean?
A: avoid the word moist people don't like how it sounds
Q: What does moisture mean?
A: Moisture is tiny water molecules or droplets, moisture can be in the air, or inside a container, or on the surface of anything.

Example sentences using "Moisture"

Q: Please show me example sentences with moisture.
A: There is a lot of moisture in the air after it rained.
After taking a hot shower, there was moisture on the bathroom mirror.
Q: Please show me example sentences with moisture .
A: to much moisture is bad for desert plants

there is a lot of moisture in the air today

wool absorbs moisture

Synonyms of "Moisture" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between moisture and humidity ?
A: Humidity is a type of weather and climate. It means hot and muggy. Moisture is drops of water gathered on something.
Q: What is the difference between moisture and damp ?
A: Moisture is a noun, meaning “water.” Damp is an adjective. For example, “the socks are damp.” It means the socks are mostly dry but have a little bit of water in them.
Q: What is the difference between moisture
and humidity ?
A: The moisture is what humidity is based on.

Moisture is water or liquid in a vapor, condensed on a surface.
Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air, atmosphere or gas.

They both have water vapor in common. Hope this helps!

Q: What is the difference between moisture and mixture ?
A: moisture refers to condensation or wetness.
"The moisture in the air is palpable." (you can feel the wetness in the air)

a mixture is a combination of ingredients, chemical or substances, that are blended together but not dissolved.
"Cookie dough is a mixture of flour, butter, sugar...."
Q: What is the difference between moisture and humility ?
A: moisture=presence of liquid
humidity=amount of moisture/water vapor in a certain area
humility=noun form of humble; humbleness

Translations of "Moisture"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it is hard to control the moisture of macaron batters as it is not only affected by the ratio of ingredients, but is also affected by the air humidity.
is it correct ?





A: 99.9% !
Batters = batter. Unless it’s multiple type of batters you’re dealing with, usually batter is used.
ex. I have to mix all this batter.. there’s so much.
ex. I have to mix all of these different types of batters.

I would get rid of (delete) “also” but it still makes sense to use it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? moisture
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hot and high moisture?
A: @LoveradioWen: Probably hot and humid? Or just humid is fine.

Other questions about "Moisture"

Q: a critical moisture regime

What does critical in the sentence mean?
A: Regime means like a system, procedure or method. Critical in this context mean essential or important. So an essential moisture procedure could be another to phrase it if that’s easier to understand.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce moisture.
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Q: I’ve got moisture a lot on my hair. does this sound natural?
A: 全くわかりますが、「I've got a lot of moisture in my hair」と言ったほうがいいです
Q: She needs to rub abundantly the moisture cream due to her rough skin.

**Japanese translation
彼女の肌は荒いので、保湿クリームを充分に塗る必要があります。 does this sound natural?
A: "She needs to rub a lot of moisture cream on her rough skin."
Q: "There is heavy moisture in the air." (Please make a correction if necessary.) does this sound natural?
A: "There is heavy moisture in the air."

Damnable indefinite articles.

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