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Traducción en alemán de “rain”

rain

noun /rein/
water falling from the clouds in liquid drops
der Regen
We’ve had a lot of rain today They were caught in the rain without an umbrella We had flooding because of last week’s heavy rains.
a great number of things falling like rain
der Regen
a rain of arrows.
rainy adjective having (many) showers of rain
regnerisch
a rainy day the rainy season rainy weather.
raininess noun
die Regenneigung
rainbow noun the coloured arch sometimes seen in the sky opposite the sun when rain is falling.
der Regenbogen
rain check: take a rain check (American) (to ask) to do something at a later time
es aufschieben
Thanks for inviting me to dinner, but can I take a rain check on it?
raincoat noun a waterproof coat worn to keep out the rain.
der Regenmantel
raindrop noun a single drop of rain.
der Regentropfen
rainfall noun the amount of rain that falls in a certain place in a certain time
der Niederschlag
We haven’t had much rainfall this year the annual rainfall.
rain forest noun a thick tropical forest in a region where it rains a lot.
der Regenwald
rain gauge noun an instrument for measuring rainfall.
der Niederschlagsmesser
keep/save etc for a rainy day to keep (especially money) until one needs it or in case one may need it
einen Notgroschen zurücklegen
I’ve been saving some money for a rainy day.
rain cats and dogs to rain very hard.
in Strömen gießen
the rains (in tropical countries) the rainy season.
die Regenzeit
(as) right as rain perfectly all right; completely well
ganz richtig
Helen had flu last week, but now she’s as right as rain.
(Definition of rain from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Alemán © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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