Meaning of MIST in English

MIST

(~s, ~ing, ~ed)

1.

Mist consists of a large number of tiny drops of water in the air, which make it difficult to see very far.

Thick ~ made flying impossible...

Mists and fog swirled about the road.

N-VAR

2.

If a piece of glass ~s or is ~ed, it becomes covered with tiny drops of moisture, so that you cannot see through it easily.

The windows ~ed, blurring the stark streetlight...

The temperature in the car was ~ing the window.

VERB: V, V n

Mist over and ~ up mean the same as ~ .

The front windshield was ~ing over...

She stood in front of the ~ed-up mirror.

PHRASAL VERB: V P, V-ed P

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