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Translation of "cloud" - English-Spanish dictionary

cloud

/klaud/
a mass of tiny drops of water floating in the sky
nube
white clouds in a blue sky The hills were hidden in cloud.
a great number or quantity of anything small moving together
nube
a cloud of flies.
something causing fear, depression etc
nube
a cloud of sadness.
cloudless adjective free from clouds
sin una nube
a cloudless sky.
cloudy adjective ( comparative cloudier, superlative cloudiest) full of, having, or covered with clouds
nublado
It is a bit cloudy today.
not clear
borroso
a cloudy photograph/memory.
cloudburst noun a sudden heavy shower of rain
aguacero, chaparrón
There was a sudden cloudburst ten miles west of Pueblo, Colorado.
under a cloud in trouble or disgrace
estar bajo sospecha
He left the club under a cloud following a dispute with the manager.
(Definition of cloud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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