English version

be caked with/in something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe caked with/in somethingbe caked with/in somethingCOVERHARDto be covered with a layer of something soft or wet that becomes thick and hard when it dries Our boots were caked with mud. cake
Examples from the Corpus
be caked with/in somethingShe took the can in her gloved hand, which was caked in black mud.My trousers were caked with blood.The left side of her face is caked with bloodied mud.It was caked with dirt, but he slipped it on anyway.His shoes were caked with dirt.Terry's elbow was caked with dried blood.The cloth was caked with her blood.The hand was caked in mud, the fingers hooked into a claw.
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