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adverb (WEATHER) 天氣     /hɑːd/ US  /hɑːrd/
If it rains or snows hard, it rains or snows a lot (雨或雪下得)猛烈地;大量地 It had been raining hard most of the afternoon. 大半個下午都在下暴雨。 Describing bad weather
(Definition of hard adverb (WEATHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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