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Wet is the condition of containing liquid or being covered in liquid. Wetness is also a measure of how well a liquid sticks to a solid rather than forming a sphere on the surface. The greater the amount of surface that touches the more wet the condition.
Wet or WET may also refer to:
In arts and entertainment
- Wet (video game), a 2009 video game
- Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, a 2003 video game
- Lula: The Sexy Empire, also titled Wet: The Sexy Empire, a 1998 computer game
Other uses in arts and entertainment
- Wet (magazine), a magazine about "gourmet bathing" in the late 1970s
- Wet Mountains, in southern Colorado
- Wet Moor, an ecosystem in Somerset, UK
- Wet Lake (Kuyavia-Pomerania Voivodeship), Poland
- Wet Lake (Warmia-Masuria Voivodeship), Poland
In science and technology
- "Wet", in audio signal processing, a descriptor of audio processed with reverb and delay
- WET is an acronym for "Write Everything Twice" which can be opposed to DRY (Don't repeat yourself)
- WET Web Tester, an automated web testing tool
- Weightless environmental testing, or simulated weightlessness, often achieved via neutral buoyancy simulation
- Whole effluent toxicity, a measure used by the US Environmental Protection Agency
- Phencyclidine (PCP), a dissociative anesthetic
- Wets, members of the British Conservative Party who opposed some of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's policies
- Wets, opponents of prohibition in the United States
- Wat (food), a stew in Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine
- Western European Time, or Greenwich Mean Time, time zone of the UK, Ireland, Portugal and other countries
- Wetarese language (ISO 639 code), spoken on the island of Wetar, Indonesia
- Wuest Expanded Translation, a 1961 translation of the New Testament by Kenneth Wuest
- De Wet (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "wet"
- Wetting, the ability of a liquid to maintain contact with a solid surface
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