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Russian translation of “hail”

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hail

verb
 
 
/heɪl/
[T] to call or wave to someone to get their attention
подзывать, окликать
She stepped into the road and hailed a taxi.Shouting and screaming
it hails If it hails, small, hard pieces of frozen rain fall from the sky.
идет град
Snow and iceCold
Translations of “hail”
in Korean 싸락눈이 내리다…
in Arabic إِنَّها تُمْطِر بَرَدًا…
in French héler, saluer…
in Italian grandinare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 招呼, 招呼,呼喊…
in Turkish seslenmek, çağırmak…
in Polish przywoływać, łapać…
in Spanish llamar…
in Portuguese chover granizo…
in German rufen, grüßen, bejubeln…
in Catalan pedregar…
in Japanese ひょう(あられ)が降る…
in Chinese (Simplified) 招呼, 招呼,呼喊…
(Definition of hail verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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