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Meaning of “cloud” - Learner’s Dictionary

cloud

noun     /klaʊd/
WEATHER [C, U]
A2 a white or grey mass that floats in the sky, made of small water drops: rain/storm clouds The entire region is covered in thick cloud.Clouds, dew, fog and steam
DIRTY AIR [C]
B2 a mass of gas or very small pieces of something floating in the air: a cloud of dust/smokeClouds, dew, fog and steam
cloudless adjective
without cloudsClouds, dew, fog and steamDescribing good weather
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