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rainy

adjective uk   /ˈreɪ.ni/ us  
B1 raining a lot: We had three rainy days on holiday, but otherwise it was sunny.
Translations of “rainy”
in Korean 비가 많이 오는…
in Arabic ماطِر…
in Portuguese chuvoso…
in Catalan plujós…
in Japanese 雨の, 雨の多い, 雨降りの…
in Italian piovoso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大雨滂沱…
in Russian дождливый…
in Turkish yağmurlu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大雨滂沱…
in Polish deszczowy…
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