Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
    • depleted of water
    "a dried-up water hole"
    Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
      • (used especially of vegetation) having lost all moisture
      "dried-up grass"





      1. My mouth dried up.
      2. The river has dried up.
      3. The pond has dried up.
      4. The pond dried up last summer.
      5. The sun has dried up the ground.
      6. The pond dried up in hot weather.
      7. All the flowers in the garden dried up.
      8. Rake the dried leaves on the backyard up.
      9. It is a representation of the man-made channels of a river that has dried up.
      10. Dates, fresh or dried, not put up for retail sale
      11. The extract is dried and an aliquot portion subjected to a clean-up on an aluminium oxide column.
      12. Suppliers imposed stricter payment terms at a time when Bull's access to bank guarantees had almost dried up.
      13. However, for dried figs intended for the production of fig pastes, that percentage may be up to 100 % of the quantities originally stipulated in the contract between the producer and the processor.
      14. Article 88(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 sets the amount of aid to be paid to processors for dried fodder up to the maximum guaranteed quantity laid down in Article 89 of that Regulation.
      15. The Commission would observe that, at the time the pool contract was concluded, the demand for mortgage-backed CPs had practically dried up and that therefore there was no longer any effective market for this type of investment.