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ずぶ濡れになったって英語でなんて言うの?

今日のスキーは雨でずぶ濡れになった、って何ていうのでしょうか?
ykさん
2016/02/21 22:36

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  • Get soaking wet

  • Get soaked

ずぶ濡れになることを、「get soaking wet」や「get soaked」と言います。
I got soaking wet today, skiing in the rain. (今日は雨の中でスキーをして、ずぶ濡れになりました)
DMM EIkaiwa B DMM英会話
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  • get drenched

  • get soaked

英語では、ずぶ濡れを表すには、soakとdrenchという動詞をよく使います。

I got drenched in the storm.
私は嵐でずぶ濡れになった。

drenchとsoakはto the skinというフレーズとよく一緒に使います。意味は「皮膚まで濡れる」です。

Today I got soaked to the skin skiing in the rain.
今日は雨の中でスキーをして、ずぶ濡れになった。
回答
  • I got soaked skiing in the rain

  • I got drenched...

  • I got soaking wet...

A "I got soaked skiing in the rain."
B "Oh, how long were you skiing?"
A "About 30 minutes and then it started pouring down."
Pouring down = raining heavily.
A "My god! You look soaking wet!"
B "Yes, i got drenched skiing in the rain."
A "I got soaked skiing in the rain."
雨の中スキーしててずぶぬれになった。
B "Oh, how long were you skiing?"
どれくらいスキーしてたの?
A "About 30 minutes and then it started pouring down."
30分くらいかな、そのあと土砂降りになったの。
Pouring down = raining heavily.:大雨が降る
A "My god! You look soaking wet!"
ああ!濡れてそう!
B "Yes, i got drenched skiing in the rain."
うん、めっちゃ濡れた。

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原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Ian W DMM英会話講師
回答
  • My clothes are soaked through!

  • The snow seeped through all my clothes!

"Soak through" is an idiom that means, everything got wet, outer and underwear.
"Seeped through" means that the snow wet all your clothes.
"""soak through""は「外側も内側の服も全てずぶ濡れ」という意味のイディオムです。

""seeped through""は雪で服が全部ぐしょ濡れになった場合に使います。

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原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Ronel DMM英会話講師
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  • to get soaking wet

  • to get drenched

  • to get sopping wet

Sometimes when we are out and about during a nice sunny day, the weather can take a turn for the worse and become pouring rain. If you were on a stroll and far away from any shelter like a car or building, you're likely to get 'soaking wet'.

Some other ways to express getting very wet are:
'to get drenched'

"While I was going fishing I lost my balance when standing up in the boat and I fell into the water, getting drenched."

'to get sopping wet'

"I accidentally dropped my homework in a puddle on my way to school, now all the papers are sopping wet."
晴れた日に外出していても、天気が悪くなって雨が降ることがあるでしょう。車や建物のような屋根のある場所から遠く離れて歩いていると、'soaking wet'(ずぶ濡れ)になることがあります。

ずぶ濡れになることの他の表現には以下があります。
'to get drenched'
【例文】
"While I was going fishing I lost my balance when standing up in the boat and I fell into the water, getting drenched."(釣りに行って船で立ち上がったら、バランスを崩して水に落ちてずぶ濡れになった)

'to get sopping wet'
【例文】
"I accidentally dropped my homework in a puddle on my way to school, now all the papers are sopping wet."(学校に行く途中、間違って宿題を水たまりに落としてしまい、紙が全てずぶ濡れになってしまった)

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Anders DMM英会話講師
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  • I got soaked!

  • I am soak and wet!

  • My clothes are drenched.

These are all ways you can express that your clothes were saturated with water.
これらは全部、あなたの服が水で染みていると表現する方法です。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Stephanie H DMM英会話講師
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  • I was dripping wet.

  • I got drenched.

*I was dripping wet/I got drenched. - Both phrases show that you were extremely wet.
Example Sentences:
I shampooed my hair it's dripping wet.
As i was walking back home from school i got drenched by the heavy rains.
*I was dripping wet/I got drenched.という例文について

どちらのフレーズも、あなたが非常に濡れたことを意味します。

例文
I shampooed my hair it's dripping wet.
「髪を洗ったので、びしょぬれです。」
As I was walking back home from school i got drenched by the heavy rains.
「学校から家まで歩いて帰っていたので、どしゃぶりでびしょ濡れになりました。」

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Natsai DMM英会話講師
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  • I got drenched yesterday because of the rain

  • I forgot my umbrella yesterday and I got caught in a shower of rain and I got saturated

Unfortunately, we can do nothing about the weather. We can talk and complain about it, but we can't change it. Sometimes we are unaware that it is going to rain and we leave the house without our umbrella. We suddenly get caught by a shower of rain and our clothes get wet.

"Drenched" is another way of saying that you got extremely wet because of the rain and it soaked right through your clothes.

"Saturated" also has a similar meaning. No more rain can be absorbed by your body because you are extremely wet. You must take off your clothes straight away because it is very uncomfortable to wear wet clothes.
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • I got drenched whilst skiing.

  • I was absolutely soaked

  • I am dripping wet from skiing just now

Some common expressions can be 'drenched' or 'I am dripping wet', 'I am soaked'

These refer to you being heavily rained on or you have a lot of water onto you.
Normally referring to your clothes have been 'soaked'
Lucy G DMM英会話講師
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  • I was soaking wet.

  • I was drenched.

If you would like to know how you can explain that you were doing something and got "very wet", you can say something like "I was soaking wet." or "I was drenched.". The word "drenched" means to be soaking wet or dripping wet. These are both easy ways to explain that something is very wet.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • I was drenched

  • I was sopping wet

  • I was saturated

dench (verb) - is to wet or soak something thoroughly

If you have been in the rain or the shower, or just got out of the swimming pool you can say;
I was drenched - you can exaggerate this a little bit more by saying I was drenched from head to foot. This means you were very wet everywhere.

sopping (adjective) - this means something is wet through with a liquid - not just water, although it is mostly used to describe water.
e.g. my son was sopping wet when he got out of the bath.

saturated (adjective)

This has the same meaning as 'sopping' - to be completely covered in a liquid, usual
e.g. I was saturated when it rained yesterday. You can exaggerate it by saying - I was completely saturated when it rained yesterday. meaning wet all over.

I hope this helps
Jane :)
Jane G DMM英会話講師
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  • My clothes were soaked through from skiing in the rain.

  • I got thoroughly drenched while out skiing.

1. My clothes were soaked through from skiing in the rain.
If your clothes were soaked through then it means that
you were wet right through to your skin.
Example: My shirt got soaked after I spilled some
juice on it.

2. I got thoroughly drenched while out skiing.
The verb "drenched" means covered completely.
In this instance it means that you were caught so
badly in the rain that you were completely wet
from head to toe.
Example: She drenched the cake in chocolate sauce.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • I got soaked.

  • I got drenched

  • I got really wet.

Typically when saying that we got really wet from something like the rain, we would use the words, "soaked," or, "drenched," to say how wet we actually got. However we can also use just, "really wet," and the same meaning will come across.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm sopping wet.

'Sopping wet' is a phrase used when your clothes are usually dripping from wetness from liquid, could be rain water or pool water or anything else that made you wet.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師

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