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drizzle

noun [U]  /ˈdrɪz·əl/ us  
a slight rain: We had fog and drizzle earlier, but now it’s sunny.
drizzle
verb [I]  /ˈdrɪz·əl/ us  
It’s been drizzling on and off all day.
Translations of “drizzle”
in Korean 이슬비…
in Arabic رَذاذ…
in French bruiner…
in Turkish çiselemek, ince ince yağmak…
in Italian pioggerella…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雨, 細雨,零星小雨,毛毛雨…
in Russian мелкий дождь, изморось…
in Polish mżawka…
in Spanish lloviznar…
in Portuguese garoa, chuvisco…
in German nieseln…
in Catalan plugim…
in Japanese 霧雨…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雨, 细雨,零星小雨,毛毛雨…
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