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Translation of "drought" - English-Spanish dictionary

drought

noun   /draʊt/
a long period when there is no rain and people do not have enough water sequía A severe drought ruined the crops.
(Definition of drought from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

drought

noun /draut/
(a period of) lack of rain sequía The reservoir dried up completely during the drought.
(Definition of drought from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “drought”
in Korean 가뭄…
in Arabic قَحْط, جَفاف…
in Malaysian kemarau…
in French sécheresse…
in Russian засуха…
in Chinese (Traditional) 久旱,旱災…
in Italian siccità…
in Turkish kuraklık…
in Polish susza…
in Vietnamese hạn hán…
in Portuguese seca…
in Thai ความแห้งแล้ง…
in German die Dürre…
in Catalan secada…
in Japanese 干ばつ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 久旱,旱灾…
in Indonesian musim kering…
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