wetverb

  • jaぬれる、おしっこをする[漏らす]
  • ento make something moist; also to urinate on or in something

Examples

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- My bedroom. Yeah. - Ah, yes.
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Didn't you use to wet the bed?
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Sweating, I was sweating. Stress sweats.
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You can get so stressed, you sweat at night.
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And sometimes, you can sweat on your crotch.
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Do you think we should wet it?
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- Or do you think that we should— - I think we should wet it.
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That's what they do, right?
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Wait a minute.
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- You guys should have had this kind conversation with— Okay, alright. - I could've never done this before.
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Okay.
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I relied on a carefully regimented program of denial...
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and wetting the bed.
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Toby Flenderson to the principal's office.
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Your mother called, and it appears that you wet the bed again.
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So you have to get home to wash your sheets
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because they're yellow and they're wet with your urine.
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Mama, I'm sorry I wet the bed.
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It's okay, Marco.
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It was the fool.
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You made me wet my bed, fool!
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I'm ruining 'Harry Potter' because it isn't for you, it's for me.
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Well—
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Ron wets the bed.
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Okay...
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And Neville's a furry.
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Okay, so, it says that we are supposed to "wet the area around the lip plumper."
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- So I'm supposed to lick the lip plumper. - You could lick it, I guess.
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I was gonna dip it in my water.
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So now we're gonna use hot water,
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but then we're gonna wet a towel and wipe everything off.
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"My sweet, little Chuckie.
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- Though I must leave you..." - ...behind me, this poem will tell you where you always can find me.
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When a gentle wind blows, that's my hand on your face.
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And when the tree gives you shade, that's my sheltering embrace.
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When the sun gives you freckles, that's me tickling my boy.
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When the rain wets your hair, those are my tears of joy.
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When the long grass enfolds you, that's me holding you tight.
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- When the whip-poor-will sings, that's me whispering "'Night." - "...that's me whispering, ''Night.'"