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Translation of "hail" - English-Turkish dictionary

hail

noun     /heɪl/
[U] small, hard pieces of frozen rain that fall from the sky (hava durumu) dolu halinde yağmak Snow and iceCold
a hail of bullets/stones/bottles, etc
a lot of bullets/stones/bottles, etc that are fired or thrown at the same time kurşun/taş/şişe yağmuru/sağanağı Large in number or quantity
Translations of “hail”
in Arabic بَرَد…
in Korean 싸락눈, 우박…
in Malaysian ketulan hujan batu, hujan…
in French grêle, pluie…
in Italian grandine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雹,冰雹…
in Russian град…
in Polish grad…
in Vietnamese trận mưa đá, hàng loạt…
in Spanish granizo, lluvia…
in Portuguese granizo, chuva de pedra…
in Thai ลูกเห็บ, ลูกเห็บตก…
in German der Hagel…
in Catalan calamarsa, pedra…
in Japanese ひょう, あられ…
in Indonesian hujan es, hujan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雹,冰雹…
(Definition of hail noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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