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Spanish translation of “drizzle”

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drizzle

verb /ˈdrizl/
(only with itas subject) to rain in small drops.
lloviznar
It’s drizzling outside.
Translations of “drizzle”
in Korean 이슬비가 내리다…
in Arabic تُمطِر رَذاذا…
in Portuguese garoar, chuviscar…
in French bruiner…
in German nieseln…
in Catalan plovisquejar…
in Japanese 霧雨が降る…
in Italian piovigginare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傾倒, 緩慢地傾倒,細細地滴灑…
in Chinese (Simplified) 倾倒, 缓慢地倾倒,细细地滴洒…
(Definition of drizzle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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