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Translation of "sleet" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

sleet

noun [U]
 
 
/sliːt/
wet, partly melted falling snow
雨夾雪,凍雨; 霰; 霙
Driving snow and sleet brought more problems to the county's roads last night.
昨晚的雨夾雪很大,使郡裡的交通更成問題了。
Snow and iceCold
sleet
 
 
verb [I]
It's sleeting.
下凍雨了。
Snow and iceCold
sleety
 
 
/ˈsliː.ti/ US  /-t̬i/ adjective
sleety rain
雨夾雪
Snow and iceColdWet weather and wetness
Translations of “sleet”
in Arabic خَليط الثَّلج وَ المَطَر…
in Korean 진눈깨비…
in Malaysian hujan beku…
in French neige fondante…
in Turkish sulu sepken…
in Italian nevischio…
in Russian дождь со снегом…
in Polish deszcz ze śniegiem…
in Vietnamese cơn mưa tuyết, mưa đá…
in Spanish aguanieve…
in Portuguese neve acompanhada de chuva, saraivada…
in Thai ฝนลูกเห็บ…
in German die Graupel…
in Catalan aiguaneu…
in Japanese みぞれ…
in Indonesian hujan es…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雨夹雪,冻雨…
(Definition of sleet from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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