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hail

noun /heil/
small balls of ice falling from the clouds
granizo
There was some hail during the rainstorm last night.
a shower (of things)
lluvia
a hail of arrows.
hailstone noun a ball of hail
granizo, piedra
Hailstones battered against the window.
Translations of “hail”
in Korean 싸락눈, 우박…
in Arabic بَرَد…
in French grêle, pluie…
in Italian grandine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雹,冰雹…
in Russian град…
in Turkish (hava durumu) dolu halinde yağmak…
in Polish grad…
in Portuguese granizo, chuva de pedra…
in German der Hagel…
in Catalan calamarsa, pedra…
in Japanese ひょう, あられ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雹,冰雹…
(Definition of hail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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