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cirrostratus

noun [U] uk   /ˌsɪr.əʊˈstrɑː.təs/ us    /-oʊˈstreɪ.t̬əs/ specialized
a type of flat whitish cloud formed in a very thin layer and seen high in the sky
Translations of “cirrostratus”
in Chinese (Traditional) 捲層雲(一種薄霧狀白色扁平的高空雲)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卷层云(一种薄雾状白色高空云)…
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