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overcast

adjective
 
 
/ˈəʊvəkɑːst/
cloudy and dark: an overcast sky/dayClouds, dew, fog and steam
Translations of “overcast”
in Arabic مُعتِم…
in Korean 구름이 뒤덮인…
in Malaysian mendung…
in French couvert…
in Turkish bulutlu, kapalı…
in Italian nuvoloso, coperto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陰天的,多雲的, 布滿陰雲的…
in Russian облачный, пасмурный…
in Polish zachmurzony, pochmurny…
in Vietnamese trời u ám…
in Spanish nublado, cubierto…
in Portuguese encoberto…
in Thai มีเมฆมาก…
in German bedeckt…
in Catalan tapat, ennuvolat…
in Japanese (天気が)どんよりとした…
in Indonesian berawan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阴天的,多云的, 布满阴云的…
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